Link, Link, Link your Boat, Gently Down the Stream….

We have a new link in the Blogroll: Congenital Heart Defect Clinical Trials. Clicking this link takes you to a list of the medical studies authorized by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study Congenital Heart Defects. The information can be viewed on a map (click the “Results on Map” tab) so you can choose a study taking place near you. By participating in a Clinical Trial, you can be a part of finding a cure for Heart Defects. The list changes often, so there are many opportunities to participate. (Since I’ve set the link to automatically load every study having to do with Congenital Heart Defects, click “Refresh” on your browser after the list loads. That will give you the most up to date listings.) Clicking on an individual Trial takes you to more information about that project and who to get in touch with to participate. Take an active role in fighting CHD by joining a Clinical Trial!

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