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- April 18, 2007 at 3:49 pm #251643Guest
Ahhh… see, I’d be ok taking something like that, then, that’s
already been FDA approved. I know there aren’t any programs like
that around me currently, but I’m moving to Lansing in a month, and
with MSU there, maybe there will be things like that!
Thanks for responding. 🙂
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Catherine Cushing
> Yes, we both were taking medications that were originally FDA
approved and being used for depression. A great deal
of “depression” patients reported improvement on allergy symptoms,
so they decided to study it for allergy patients with no depression
> But I do understand what you mean. The last thing you want is
effecting you healthy body for a few hundred dollars. Just make
sure you do your research. Even if you go to the original health
exam and you get approved, they have to give you the name and all of
the information regarding the study. At least we were given an
option at that point to opt out.
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