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Posted 27 July 2012 - 03:34 PM

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CNS Healthcare is conducting a research study to evaluate the safety andeffectiveness of an experimental medication compared to placebo (an inactive substance)for individuals with irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhea, or IBS-D.There will be approximately 13 office visits over 58 weeks. Qualified participants willreceive study medication or placebo, study-related testing, physical exams, and lab workat no charge. Compensation may be available to qualified participants for eachcompleted visit (for time and travel).If you are interested in this study, you should:• Be between the ages 18-80 years old• Have diarrhea predominant irritable bowel syndromeIf you would like to learn more about this study, please call us at . One ofour staff will give you more details regarding study visits and procedures. If you are stillinterested after speaking with us, then we will schedule an appointment to meet with ourPhysician to see if you qualify for the study.We appreciate your interest in this opportunity and look forward to meeting you.Best Regards,CNS Healthcare of Jacksonville, FL - 904-281-5757CNS Healthcare of Orlando, FL - 407-425-5100CNS Healthcare of Memphis, TN - 901-843-1045





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