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Muse: Melanoma
PROTOCOL AMENDMENT #1
VERSION 2.0
Study: Memory Before and After the Patientís Existence
Objective: To Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Thinking You Remember
Original Protocol Date: Time previous
Amendment 2 Date: Metastatic Time
  
Global Changes: Original Text: subject(s)
Revised Text: patient(s)
Because we are all patients, not subjects.
Rationale: Because all subjects must be patient, and all patients are subject to the present.
  
Page, Section: 1, Inclusion Criteria
Original Text: The patient must be mid-life, poised to start beginning a start.
The patient must love be loved beloved loving love ing
Revised Text: The patient can be any age, poised to do anything nothing something some thing.
Rationale: Mutations are desperate for fodder
  
Page, Section: 2, Exclusion Criteria
Original Text: The patient must be mid-life, poised to start beginning a start.
The patient must love be loved beloved loving love ing
Revised Text: The patient can be any age, poised to do anything nothing something some thing.
Rationale: Life is desperate disparate for living to be lived desperately alive a live a life
  
Page, Section: 3, Screen Fail Criteria
Original Text:
  • Patient did not meet all inclusion criteria at Baseline Visit
  • Patient met one or more of the exclusion criteria at Baseline
  • Revised Text: [N/A; the patient cannot fail to enter the study]
    Rationale: Mutations are desperate for fodder
      
    Page, Section: 4, Treatment Plan and Regimen
    Original Text: Do you wanna wanna take care you to take care you take
    Revised Text: Please please take care of yourself your self
    Rationale: Life being saved for somebody some body elseís life saver life save her

    CONFIDENTIAL
    Page 1
    2010
    Memory Before and After the Patientís Existence
    Protocol Amendment 1, Version 2.0
     

    Copyright 2010,  Susan E. Hamilton

    Susan E. Hamilton grew up in Shelton and lives in Seattle. She earned degrees in oceanography, literature, and biochemistry, and now works as a medical writer.



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