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People with Lupus Needed

NHLBI wants to test whether a dietary supplement called Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) can decrease some markers of inflammation in the blood of people with systemic lupus erythematosus. At the same time, researchers will explore whether NR prevents blood vessel elasticity loss, a marker of increased risk for coronary artery disease. Participants do not pay for tests, treatments or procedures. Travel may be reimbursed. Contact the Clinical Center Office of Patient Recruitment at (866) 444-2214 (TTY users dial 711) or ccopr@nih.gov. Refer to study #001621-H. Online: https://go.nih.gov/GyIFtVv.

Volunteers Sought for Metabolic Health Study

Researchers at NIDDK seek volunteers 18-60 years old to participate in a study examining how processed and unprocessed food affects metabolic health. Compensation is provided. Contact the Clinical Center Office of Patient Recruitment at (866) 444-2214 (TTY users dial 711) or ccopr@nih.gov. Refer to study #22-DK-0002. Online: https://go.usa.gov/xJxDr.

Eczema Study Seeks Participants

Eczema, a stubborn skin problem that shows up as redness and intense itching, can affect people of all ages. It’s more common in infants and young children. Various triggers, such as irritants, allergens and stress, can worsen eczema symptoms, increasing discomfort and flare-ups that affect health and sleep. NIH researchers are looking for volunteers ages 3-21 for an eczema study. Contact the Clinical Center Office of Patient Recruitment at (866) 444-2214 (TTY users dial 711) or ccopr@nih.gov. Refer to study #15-I-0162. Online: https://bit.ly/3BGyFLD.

Study in Search of Pregnant Women with SCD

A research study at NHLBI is looking for pregnant women with sickle cell disease (SCD) between ages 18 and 45 who are at risk of having an infant with SCD to donate their baby’s cord blood. Tests and procedures provided at no cost. Contact the Clinical Center Office of Patient Recruitment at (866) 444-2214 (TTY users call 711) or ccopr@nih.gov. Refer to study #01-H-0122. Online https://go.nih.gov/6KDclKd.

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