Research Volunteers

Johns Hopkins Medicine Approved November 4, 2013
Have you tried unsuccessfully to quit or cut down caffeine use? Do you think you may be addicted to caffeine?
If you are between the ages of 18 and 70 and are seeking help to quit or reduce caffeine, you may be eligible to receive caffeine treatment at Johns Hopkins Bayview at no monetary cost to you. Participation in the Johns Hopkins Bayview Caffeine Treatment Research Study involves an initial on-site screening session a treatment session, a follow-up session, and a possible long-term telephone follow-up.
For more information, please call 410-550-0009 or email HopkinsStudy@gmail.com
Roland Griffiths Study Number:

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