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Old 12-06-2005, 12:42 PM
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My daughter was born with a non-treated hemangioma 16 years ago, so this has become* a strong interest of mine. I* am currently involved in doing research on the psychologial and the social impacts of growing up with and the differences of without an hemangioma.
If you are 14 years old or over and would be willing to answer three short questionnaires, please volunteer for this research study. The Name of the Reserch Project is:
[b]The Effect of Facial Hemangiomas on Psycho-Social Development[/b

Please contact me at:

studyvb@aol.com

or

psyelectro@aol.com

All answers are confidential and your name is unknown to me or anyone involved in this study.

Thank You,

Elissa Rifkin, M.Ed
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Old 12-06-2005, 01:06 PM
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ALSO:

this study has been approvee by the Humans Stiudies Committe @ The Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis, MO.
This project is completly seperate and has nothing to do with the Vascular Birthmark Foundation or any other support group.

Elissa Rifkin

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