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Study of Genes, Aging and Cognition

Healthy volunteers, over the age of 55, are needed to study the genetics of aging and cognition. Participation requires a blood draw and non-invasive clinical, neurological and cognitive testing procedures. No overnight stays. No medication trials. Compensation provided. Call Bobby Das at (301) 435-4593 or email Refer to protocol # 00-M-0085.

Study Needs Healthy Girls

Parents, NIH would like your healthy girls 4-10 years of age to participate in a growth and development study. No blood draws. Compensation provided. Call 1-800-411-1222 (TTY 1-866-411-1010). Refer to study # 00-CH-0180.

Follicular Lymphoma?

Patients who have not had chemotherapy may call for combination chemotherapy and a vaccine: 1-800-411-1222 (TTY 1-866-411-1010). Refer to study 00-C-0050.

Healthy Volunteers Needed

Healthy volunteers, ages 18-44, are wanted to participate in an investigational preventive HIV vaccine study conducted at NIH. Medical tests will determine eligibility. Compensation provided. Call1-866-833-LIFE (TTY 1-866-411-1010).

Volunteers Needed

Doctors at NIH are seeking individuals being treated with a widely-used anti-depressant agent called welbutrin. Participants will be asked to donate 4 tablespoons of blood for routine screening and evaluation of platelet function. The visit will be no longer than an hour and compensation is provided. If interested or for more information call Donna Jo McCloskey, research nurse, at (301) 496-5150.

Have Type 1 Diabetes?

Are you 18-60 with type 1 diabetes? NIH is testing a new approach to type 1 diabetes management for individuals taking insulin. Call 1-800-411-1222, TTY 1-866-411-1010.

HIV-Positive Volunteers

NIH invites individuals with HIV to participate in a clinical study for HIV. HIV-positive adults with a CD4 count greater than 500 are asked to call 1-800-411-1222, or TTY 1-866-411-1010, for information, or visit All study-related tests and treatment are provided at no cost. Refer to study # 04-I-0018.

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