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#1 jennyshen



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Posted 20 March 2012 - 02:19 PM

Hi everyone, I am studying functional abdominal pain in children and adolescents and hope that the results of this study will be a benefit to all of us in understanding GI conditions like IBS. If you are eligible to participate in this study, or know somebody who has children with frequent stomachaches, please help us in our efforts. -JennyDoes your child suffer from stomachaches or "nerves"?We want to know what factors make children's stomachaches worse or better during the school year.We are looking for parents of children/adolescents who:o Have frequent stomachaches - does not have to be diagnosedo Attend school from fall to spring and have summers off (traditional calender school)This IRB-approved research study will involve 2 online questionnaires. No visits to the research center are required. Participants completing the study will be automatically entered in a drawing of a $50 or $100 Amazon gift card redeemable online. All identifiable information will be protected.For more information and/or to participate, please go to or call 919 843 0688.This study is being conducted by the UNC Center for Functional GI and Motility Disorders. This study was approved by the IRB on 3/6/2012 with approval number 12-0361.Jenny Shen, Principle InvestigatorStudent researcher at UNC Center for Functional GI and Motility


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