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Vol. LIX, No. 9
May 4, 2007

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The phone numbers for further information about the studies below are 1-866-444-2214 (TTY 1-866-411-1010) unless otherwise noted.

ADHD Genetics Study

Take part in an NIH study seeking to identify the genes that contribute to ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

Do You Have Pulmonary Sarcoidosis?

Consider participating in an NIH study.

Muscular Leg Pain?

If it is caused by blocked arteries and it occurs with activity but improves with rest, call NIH for more information on a new study.

Have Trouble Swallowing?

Are you 20-90 years old and have problems swallowing? Swallowing studies are being conducted at NIH. Transportation is available.

Anthrax Vaccine Study

NICHD is seeking healthy volunteers, ages 18-45, to participate in an investigational anthrax vaccine study (04-CH-0283) conducted at NIH. Medical tests will determine eligibility. Compensation is provided.

Healthy Women Needed

Healthy women ages 18 through 25 are needed for ovarian function study. Compensation is provided. Refer to study 00-CH-0189.

Group Therapy Study

Parents and teenage girls ages 12-17—consider a group therapy study (06-CH-0039) for healthy girls who are at risk of gaining excess weight. Compensation is provided.

Turner Syndrome Study

For girls and women with Turner Syndrome, comprehensive evaluation (including cardiac, ovarian function) is offered, at no cost to participants.

Lyme Disease Study

Spring and summer bring outdoor fun, but also the risk of tick bites. We are seeking people with the rash of Lyme disease. The rash is usually round or oval and gradually expands. The rash may be all red or have a bull’s eye appearance. If you suspect that you have it and would like to participate in a study at NIH, call (301) 435-7175 or (301) 435-7244.

Volunteers Needed for USUHS Study at Navy

Are you between 18 and 25 years of age? In good health? You may be eligible to participate in a study of attention. It requires one 3-hour visit and you will be paid for your time. Visit takes place on the campus of the Naval Medical Center. Parking is available. Call (301) 295-4009 or (301) 319-8204.

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