Research Volunteers

Have you ever taken prescription pain pills?
If you have ever taken prescription pain pills for a medical condition such as a broken bone or dental surgery, we need you for a paid research study at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The purpose of this study is to learn more about how opiate pain medication affects the body and brain. Both outpatient and inpatient study visits are required.
There is no cost to participate. Study participants receive money for time and local travel.
You may be able to participate if you:

Are 21-55 years old
Have used opiate pain pills in the past for a medical or dental condition
Don't smoke cigarettes
CALL TODAY
1-800-535-8254
ResearchStudies.DrugAbuse.gov
Department of Health & Human ServicesNational Institute on Drug Abuse

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