MS Marketing Study

I’m not familiar with Baltimore Research so I can’t vouch for them. However, this information was sent to me by the folks at Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, which is a solid organization. Since many of you may be interested this marketing research I’m passing it along FYI.

Ed

Baltimore Research has a study coming up that you or someone you know may be interested in. If you know of someone who might be interested, please forward this email to them.

We are looking for 18-64-year-olds who have been diagnosed with MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS).

Those who qualify and participate will receive $150 for their time and opinions.

To see if you qualify, please call our office at 410.583.9991 and reference Project Hazel. You will then be directed to a recruiter who will ask you a few questions to see if you qualify for the study.

Please be assured that we are not selling anything, nor is this for clinical trials or endorsement for any products. This is for market research and we are only interested in your opinions.

Thank you,

Baltimore Research

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2 thoughts on “MS Marketing Study

  1. Grace

    I extremely appreciated your data. It´s great when we can learn from others. Me, I am an SLE patient (from my early childhood); never knew I had it. Yet, as my thyroid gland was completely destroyed at the age of 12 (Hashimoto´s disease), I can develop other types of autoimmune problems. So, for some 12 year,s my feet and legs, and my hands have been numb; I have just decided to pay no attention, as not one doctor understood it. Then -and as of lately_ I have lost lots of mobility (rigidity) in my neck and many other vertebrae;as well as dorsal-lumbar and sacra. Also hips problems. Terribly painful, and getting worse. Does this sound familiar to you? I walk worst than a duck!
    I´d like to know whether you happen to have tummy and intestinal problems?
    Thanks a lot, keep on the good attitude!!
    Graciela

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    1. The MS Wire Post author

      HI Graciela,

      Thanks for taking the time to comment and I’m sorry that you’ve had such a difficult time. No, I have no stomach or intestinal problems. Just difficulty walking. I’ve always found, however, that I’ve received good advice from my doctors about treating my MS.

      Best of luck to you,

      Ed

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