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Vol. LIX, No. 18
September 7, 2007
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Volunteers

Panic Disorder Treatment Study

The anxiety disorders research lab at American University seeks individuals who experience panic attacks to participate in a 7-week psychotherapy treatment study. Participants must be 18 or older and have experienced panic symptoms for more than 1 month. The initial assessment to determine qualification may take 1-3 hours. Qualified volunteers may be eligible for compensation. For more information call (202) 885-1729.

Volunteers Needed for Anthrax Vaccine Study

NICHD is seeking healthy men and women, ages 18-45, to participate in an investigational anthrax vaccine study conducted at NIH. The vaccine is expected to be as effective as the licensed anthrax vaccine (AVA) but is purer and should be safer. Medical tests will determine eligibility. Compensation will be provided. Call 1-877-444-9980 (TTY 1-866-411-1010). Refer to study 04-CH-0283.

Neck Pain Study Needs Volunteers

The Clinical Center's rehabilitation medicine department is seeking individuals with neck pain and healthy volunteers between the ages of 18-65 to participate in a natural history study of neck pain (02-CC-0245). Participation involves 4 monthly visits (about 1 hour each) for a comprehensive cervical musculoskeletal examination. No compensation is provided. Contact neckpainstudy@gmail.com or (301) 451-7514.

Female Volunteers Wanted in Study of Eating, Emotion

Women are needed for a study on eating and emotions. Volunteers must be ages 18 and up, non-smoking and without major medical or mental health problems. Participation requires a single 1-hour visit to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda. Participants will be asked to watch a film segment, eat and fill out questionnaires. Blood pressure, heart rate and body composition will be assessed. Participants will receive compensation and feedback on body composition. For more information, leave a message for Robyn Osborn at (301) 295-9664 or email eatingstudy@yahoo.com.

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