UCB and U of Florida Seeking Crohn’s Patients for Survey

 I just received an email blasted out from pharma company UCB. I believe I’ve written about this study before, but it’s clear they still need people’s input. So, if you have Crohn’s please check it out.

You can link to the survey here: http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dDc0elY2T3d5NTJMdkpGclNWS05VN2c6MA And the text from their email is below.
 
At UCB, we realize those who have been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease frequently want to participate in or seek information about various research opportunities that might help advance the available treatments for Crohn’s. Recently, we were approached by a physician at the University of Florida who asked us to extend an invitation to our community of Crohn’s patients.

Researchers at the University of Florida are interested in evaluating the use of preventive services for patients with inflammatory bowel disease. As part of this investigation, they are looking for individuals, 18 years or older, with inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) to complete a 10-minute survey. It includes questions about your health, what medications you’re taking, and what kind of preventive care you’re receiving from your doctors. No personal information that can identify you is being collected, and all responses will remain anonymous. If you prefer, you can complete only the questions you feel comfortable answering.

The survey and its content are not sponsored or endorsed by UCB. If you wish to participate, select the link below. Please fill out the survey only once.
 

The University of Florida thanks you for your participation, as your answers can provide information that may help improve preventive care in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. They encourage you to share this opportunity with others who have inflammatory bowel disease.

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