[Ohio-talk] Calling the non-24-hour information line

Sheri Beth Wells-Jensen swellsj at bgsu.edu
Tue Dec 10 15:05:51 UTC 2013


And honestly, gang, if you do find that you have these sleep issues, the medication they are testing may be of use to you: as someone who was in that study, I can tell you that (a) I have heard that the drug is effective in some cases and (b) they do pay you to participate in the study if you qualify.

Sleepily,

sheri W-J

On Dec 10, 2013, at 8:05 AM, Barbara Pierce <bbpierce at pobox.com<mailto:bbpierce at pobox.com>>
 wrote:

This is one more effort to get folks to call 855-856-2424 and sign up to
receive the brochure that they want to send to you. The person who answers
the phone knows nothing about whether or not a caller qualifies for the
research. She just wants your contact information and to send the NFB $24.
It takes about two minutes, so please do it.

Barbara


Barbara Pierce

President Emerita

National Federation of the Blind of Ohio




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