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Pendulum Resources is the web presence of the Pendulum Email list, an on-line support group for Manic-Depressives. Unless otherwise indicated, information on this site is by consumers, for consumers. Funding is still largely from sales of books through Amazon.com.

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The NIMH-funded Bipolar Genome Study is still underway at the Washington University School of Medicine. If you are bipolar and have a sibling who is also bipolar, please consider taking part in this study.

The Washington University School of Medicine is also conducting a Unipolar Depression Study. Although Unipolar Depression can be cyclic there is still some disagreement as to whether it should be classified as a bipolar disorder.

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Unapologetic plug: my friend Tom at HWY61 created the new Pendulum logo. A link is on the way, but in the meantime, please visit his wife's Mary Kay Cosmetics site. Do you think she drives a kewl pink cadillac?

Great News! Sister Leslie is bringing the Bipolar Planet out of the backwaters of the Web. The site has been moved to www.bipolarplanet.com. Look for an extreme makeover this fall.

Yours in healing,
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