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  1. Hi everyone, I was just emailed by AbbVie Pharmaceuticals concerning a Parkinson's Research Study they are conducting. AbbVie Clinical Pharmacology Research Unit (ACPRU) is currently enrolling people ages 45 to 85 for research studies for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. There is no cost to participate and qualified participants may be eligible to receive compensation of up to $1,500 for study participation. Study staff will determine eligibility based on study criteria. To learn more about the study and to see if you qualify, call 1-800-827-2778 or visit abbviephase1.com. For more information, call: AbbVie Pharmaceuticals 1-800-827-2778 To find more specific information on this study, visit AbbViePhase1.com ***I, Mark Comes, have no ties to AbbVie Pharmaceutical Company with respect to financial relationships, stock entitlements, support for this information, money for this post. This information was sent to me because I am a pharmacist and have signed up to be notified of new medications, research studies, and FDA and DEA information about medications.
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