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High-Risk MDS Patients – Your Help is Needed

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    We are sharing an opportunity to participate in a paid interview opportunity ($125). Pillar Patient Advocates is working with a research firm who is looking to speak with 15 patients who are currently receiving treatment for higher risk MDS and 5 caregivers/loved ones to those with Higher Risk MDS. The interviews are 60 minute and in appreciation, participants are paid $125 for their time and input.

    If interested, please email Erin Pilkington at EPilkington@PillarAdvocates.com with a phone number you can be reached at to go through a few screening questions.

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    Ten years ago, the Tohoku-Oki earthquake and tsunami in Japan reached California’s shores, killing one person and causing $100 million in damage, he said.
    A 9.3 magnitude earthquake in the Aleutian Trench off the Alaskan coastline would trigger a much larger tsunami washing over the nation’s two-largest ports and the homes of thousands of residents in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. But people would have hours to escape to higher ground in the case of a major Alaskan quake.
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