Reducing Acute Upper Gastrointestinal Side-Effects of Thoracic Irradiation

Reducing Acute Upper Gastrointestinal Side-Effects of Thoracic Irradiation

Embedded Randomized Study to Assess Two-Stage Consent Design:

There will be two separate randomizations in this study, one vs. two-stage consent and sucralfate vs. control. The will first approach patients and explain that we are comparing different methods of informing patients about trials. If the patients do not wish to participate in the consent trial, participants will be approached for consent onto the therapeutic trial using the traditional onestage research consent.

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