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Old Tue Nov 27, 2018, 01:25 PM
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Research firm interviewing MDS, AML, and CMML patients

PFC Opinion Research is looking for MDS, AML, and CMML patients in the United States to interview for a study. Interviews will take place in November and December 2018.

Volunteer participants will receive an honorarium of $150 for a phone interview that will take an hour or less. You'll also be helping with research that may benefit other patients.

Screening questions will determine if you are eligible for an interview. You must be an MDS, AML, or CMML patient, must not be transplant eligible, and must not have had a successful transplant in the past.

Participants will remain anonymous and their responses will be treated as confidential. Identifying information will not be shared.

To schedule an interview or for more information, phone PFC Opinion Research at 212-289-0087 (in New York) or email pfcresearch@verizon.net.
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