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Are you aged 18-21 and do not take medication for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? If so, you may be able to participate in a 1-visit research study to help compare salt levels in sweat (called sweat chloride levels) in people who do and do not take ADHD medications. Compensation provided and parking will be validated.


Sweat Chloride and ADHD Medications Study – Children Aged 5-17 [Pediatric] (STUDY20040356A)
Sweat Chloride and ADHD Medications Study – Ages 18-21 [Adult] (STUDY20040356B)

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