Cancer Survivors, Controls Needed
A study needs volunteers who have been diagnosed and treated for
brain or breast cancer, are between the ages of 20 and 70, and
were working full time for at least one year prior to diagnosis.
We also need healthy volunteers who have never been diagnosed
with cancer and have no chronic illness, are between the ages
of 20 and 70 and who have been working full time for at least
the past year. You will be asked to complete a 1-hour questionnaire
online with questions related to work and health. Participants
will be compensated and receive a free Livestrong yellow wrist
band. If interested, go to http://cim01.usuhs.mil/mps/jhansen/Inclusion.tp4 and
enter any username and password you wish. Research is conducted
by the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and
Healthy Volunteers Needed
We are seeking healthy male and female volunteers ages 18-50 for
a research study to determine whether herbal supplements (echinacea,
gingko or ginseng) alter the metabolism of lopinavir/ritonavir
(an anti-viral medication). In order to participate, you must
be a non-smoker in good health, not be HIV-infected and not be
taking any chronic medications. Participants will be compensated
for their time and inconvenience. For more information, contact
Jocelyn Voell, (301) 435-7913 or Liz Formentini, (301) 594-9905.
Lyme Disease Study
Do you think you have Lyme disease? People with active Lyme disease
are invited to participate in a study at NIH. Evaluation and
treatment provided. For information call (301) 496-8412.
Are You a Woman Who Has Been Depressed?
NIMH is looking for female volunteers to participate in a study
that examines the role of hormones in depression. Participants
should have experienced depression in the past but not be currently
depressed, be between ages 18-45, be medically healthy and not
be taking any medications, including birth control pills. Study
includes thorough evaluations and compensation. For more information
call Linda Simpson-St. Clair, (301) 496-9576 (TTY 1-866-411-1010).
Stopping Your Estrogen Therapy?
NIMH is investigating whether mood, anxiety and irritability occur
when you stop taking your estrogen or estrogen/progesterone combination
therapy. Participants should be ages 45-60, be currently taking
estrogen therapy or combination therapy and be in good physical
health. For information call Linda Simpson-St. Clair, (301) 496-9576