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Clinical Trials

I know I am an inpatient person, not once of my good qualities.  So because of this I have called Duke University to see about getting in their clinical trials which I could start right away.  I would like some feedback good and bad but in the end I realize its my decision.  This waiting game has put my life on hold and affecting me financially only.  thanks everyone for your response.   I enjoy and respect all of you.
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Our good friend "spectda "  who has since moved on posted this thread with some good response from other members  about  different things to consider when possibly giving thought to entering a drug trial..

Best to you,

Will

http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Hepatitis-C/Things-to-ask-before-participating-in-a-trial/show/1497138?personal_page_id=1008846#post_7021261
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1853014 tn?1340038575
rThanks so much.. Yall have been a big help...  

Debbie
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i check in duke regular to see whats out there all the time... I dont live that far away just a few hrs from there
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