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(Stanford, California, USA) Recruiting: [2018-02-23] Evaluating Hormones in women with ME/CFS

Dolphin

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I spoke with the coordinator for this study, Tullia Lieb, and you can be from any location in the world to participate. Participants are still being recruited.



Dr. Jose G. Montoya, Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, is conducting a study evaluating hormones in patients with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and healthy controls.



He is looking for individuals with ME/CFS to participate.
Participants must be female and 18‐45 years old.



Participation in the study involves
  • an online questionnaire and
  • two study visits at Stanford University with blood draws and endocrine testing.
There is no cost to participate in the study.


Participants will be compensated $200 USD for completion of the study.



If you are interested in participating please complete the following online screening:https://is.gd/cfssneuroendocrine or contact the study coordinator at (650) 723 8126 or by email to tlieb@stanford.edu.



For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906.