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Hey South Florida! Just in time for the summer! Phew!

If you have epic underarm sweating and live in the Sunshine State find out about a new research study involving an investigational treatment to help reduce armpit sweating. The treatment uses a small non-invasive medical device.

So, if you’re in south Florida and your underarm sweating bothers you or is getting in the way of your daily activities, you may be eligible to participate.

Compensation will be provided. Limited spots available.

Other important things to know:

To participate, you must be between the ages of 18 and 65, in good health, and not pregnant. If you sweat excessively from other body areas, too, that’s OK but recognize that this research will just involve your underarm sweating.

Learn more by contacting the study coordinators Rosario or Andrew at 305-444-5770.

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