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Are you a female with Type 1 diabetes between the ages of 12 and 20? Are you using an insulin pump? If so, researchers at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology want to speak with you.

The investigators are seeking to understand the experiences of people in this population, to gain insight into their daily life as insulin pump users, and to see if there are any commonalities.

The study, which consists of a brief phone consultation and a 1-hour interview, is being conducted in both Westwood, CA, and downtown Los Angeles, CA. Participants will be given a $50 cash reimbursement.

To learn more, click here, or contact Ashley Tullman, MA, at ajtullman@gmail.com or (702) 635-5585.

This blog entry was written by Web Editor Diane Fennell.

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