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Earn $750 plus free blood work in Steroid Study at Mount Sinai School of Medicine

George Spellwin

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Guys,<p>Our friends at the <a href="" target="_blank">School of Medicine at Mount Sinai</a> in Manhattan are interested in studying your hormone levels and how they change with your anabolic performance enhancing drug (APED) use. And, they will pay you $750 to participate! Plus, you will get blood work, head and body scans done for free!</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" width="353" height="69" alt="Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai"></a></p> <p>The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai wants to study how your brain processes these hormones through a steroid cycle. More specifically, they want to look at how the brain processes these androgens to estrogens throughout the course of a steroid cycle. In addition, they are interested in seeing how competitiveness and decisio-making behavior changes before, during, and after a cycle of steroids.</p> <p> Don't worry all participants get paid! And, I wouldn't recommend something that's not in your best interest, as such, this is a completely confidential study done at a major university hospital. Not only will you be paid but you get blood work and head/body scans done for free!</p> <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=Tell me about the steroid study mentioned on tell me more about how I can participate."><img src="" alt=""width="250" height="250" hspace="10" vspace="0" border="0" align="right" /></a> <p>Participants who may be eligible for this study are: </p> <ul> <li>Men over 18 years old </li> <li>Have completed at least 1 anabolic steroid cycle before </li> <li>Plan on starting a cycle in the next 3 months </li> <li>Plan on starting a cycle that is between 6 and 18 weeks in duration </li> </ul> <p>Participation in the study would include:</p> <ul> <li> a baseline interview visit at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in Manhattan (1425 Madison Ave between 98thÂSt and Madison Ave)</li> <li>an MRI scan at Mount Sinai</li> <li>3 trips to Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan (516 E 72ndÂSt between York and FDR Drive) for PET scans, 3 urine samples, and 3 blood draws. </li> </ul> <p>In return for participating in the study, participants will receive:</p> <ul> <li> $750 over 4 visits, </li> <li>travel to/from Weill Cornell Medical College provided by <strong>car service</strong></li> <li>a detailed summary of participation including levels of testosterone and other gonadal hormones and body composition</li> </ul> <p>Anyone interested in participating can contact Kristen Henkel at (212) 659-9298, or you can reach her by email:<a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=Tell me about the steroid study mentioned on tell me more about how I can participate.">[email protected]</a>.
It's about they do some actual studies on it. Now maybe doctors won't talk out their asses and actually have some facts. The funny thing is they will still be doing this liberal doses. Not the amounts that are used by today's pro's. It still applaud them for doing any research on it it at all. Hopefully this study won't be based on only one subject like the one that concluded test caused prostate cancer And the guy was castrated at that.
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