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Post by mikenall on Fri Jan 24, 2014 9:09 pm

The University of California San Francisco has started an online study that they hope will use mega data to continue the research started by The Framingham Study.  I've looked the study over and it seems legit. It takes some time to fill out the online application but it seems as if this could be a helpful tool for researchers going forward.

If you sign up they are offering free ecg phone covers manufactured by a company called AliveCor that will attach to smart phones.  They are available until Feb 1st or until supplies run out.  I have had one for over a month and it is a really useful for someone obsessing over a pacemaker that doesn't work as intended.  I think this could be an important study going forward and would encourage anyone on the forum to check it out and possibly get involved.

If you need any more info on this let me know but you can probably just google Health eHeart and connect to them easily.

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Post by kodi30 on Sat Jan 25, 2014 5:02 pm

Thanks Mike. I'll check it out too.

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Thanks for the tip, Mike. I'm hoping to get in.

Post by Gary E on Sun Jan 26, 2014 6:46 am

I  just filled out my registration data, but immediately received a message that my "browser is no longer supported"!!!

I guess I have to select one from the four offered in the next screen...so I hope my ancient "over-burdend" computer has the capacity to accomodate this request.
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