Got allergies? Clinical study looking for participants (possible paid study)

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We’re currently helping a pharmaceutical company find people 5 to 65 years of age who suffer from seasonal allergies that are willing to participate in a clinical research study in your area (Only Certain Zipcodes Qualify).

Research study needs volunteers with seasonal allergies.  We’re currently helping a pharmaceutical company find people 5 to 65 years of age who suffer from seasonal allergies that are willing to participate in a clinical research study in your area. Seasonal allergies may result in additional health problems, including asthma.

Research doctors are enrolling today and health insurance is not required.

All information is kept strictly confidential. If you or your child is burdened with seasonal allergies,  to learn more about the benefits and risks of the study  click here.

 Qualified participants may receive at no-cost: • Study-related doctor visits and examinations up to 15 months • Investigational oral medication • Allergy medications during the 2012 pollen season • Compensation for time and travel

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 NOTE only Certain Zipcodes will qualify from New York Pennsylvania Maryland Massachusetts Ohio Michigan Missouri Colorado Idaho Utah California Oregon Washington Rhode Island Connecticut New Jersey

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  • Kind of scary with all the advertisements we see on tv to volunteer for medical testing….

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