Spread the word about the T-Force Platinum Research Study.

Spread the word about the T-Force Platinum Research Study.

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Dear FRIEND’S NAME,

I was informed about a clinical research study for children and adolescents aged 6–17 who have been diagnosed with Tourette syndrome. I thought you may be interested in checking it out. Here is a link to the site: TForcePlatinum.com.

Hope all is well.

YOUR NAME

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People with Tourette syndrome experience tics, including blinking, grimacing, and shrugging the shoulders.
Tourette syndrome is a rare disorder with rates of approximately 5 in 10,000.
Tourette syndrome is thought to result from a complex interaction between social and environmental factors and multiple genetic abnormalities.
A diagnosis of Tourette syndrome is often supported by the presence of coexisting disorders like ADHD and OCD.