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Patient input needed

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    mrf
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    I have had two requests for patient input.

    First, a group is studying how patients receive information.  They are looking for 3-4 people who can come to downtown Philadelphia tomorrow (!), Tuesday, for a one-on-one interview that will last about an hour.  They will pay a stipend.

    Second, a national reporter is looking for patients on the Phase III study of the Roche/Plexxikon B-RAF inhibitor.  This would involve a brief phone interview about your experience on the trial, and does not offer any compensation.

    If you are interested please let me know ASAP:

    I have had two requests for patient input.

    First, a group is studying how patients receive information.  They are looking for 3-4 people who can come to downtown Philadelphia tomorrow (!), Tuesday, for a one-on-one interview that will last about an hour.  They will pay a stipend.

    Second, a national reporter is looking for patients on the Phase III study of the Roche/Plexxikon B-RAF inhibitor.  This would involve a brief phone interview about your experience on the trial, and does not offer any compensation.

    If you are interested please let me know ASAP:

    [email protected]

    Thanks,

     

    Tim

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