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Clinical Trial 39847

Silver Spring, MD 20910

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This study involves an investigational enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli or ETEC vaccine. ETEC is a bacteria that causes diarrhea in people who live in or travel to certain foreign countries. The goals of this study are to test the safety of increasing doses of the vaccine and to evaluate the immune response (or infection fighting ablity) after vaccination.

If you choose to participate in this study, you will receive a series of three vaccinations, given into the muscle of the upper arm using a needle and syringe. These vaccines cannot give you the ETEC infection, because they do not contain actual ETEC. All study volunteers will be paid for their participation in this study.

Qualified Participants May Receive:

Maximum compensation: $1500

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