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Hello Everyone![br>[br>My name is Rhianna Hibbler, and I am a Brandeis University senior completing an undergraduate thesis for my major in Health: Science, Society, and Policy.The aim of this research is to assess the sources of information influencing reproductive decision-making in women with lupus to see how effective current practices are in informing all patients equally.[br>[br>Participation is anonymous, voluntary and confidential. You may choose to opt out of this survey at any time. Upon completion of the survey, you will have the opportunity to enter a raffle for one of two $25 gift cards. Entry into the raffle will not be linked in any way to your survey responses. [br>[br>If you have comments, questions or concerns about the survey, please contact Rhianna Hibbler or the Principal Investigator, Judith Tsipis, at . Dr. David Rintell will likewise be available at 617-734-6778 if the nature of the questions cause an unforeseen emotional response. If you have questions about your rights as a research subject, please contact the Brandeis Institutional Review Board at irb@brandeis.eduor 781-736-8133.[br>[br>Please just copy and paste the following link into your browser to participate. If there are any problems, please let me know by contacting the above email address.[br>[br> [br>[br>Thank you so much for your time! Responses are immensely appreciated.

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