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Get Paid For Medical Trials

Yes, it is possible to get paid to participate in clinical research drug studies, there are an ever increasing number available and the compensation is fairly good. The studies that pay the best are for Phase 1 research studies where the drug needs to be tested on healthy individuals. This website focuses on these Phase 1 studies and where they can be found. The following states have clinics that offer compensation for phase 1 study participation:





It is also possible to be compensated for participating on Phase 2 and beyond studies. While these studies will pay you a bit of money to participate in them, the pay tends to be much lower. These are common in university towns and can often be found by looking for advertisements in your local paper.

While prescription drug medical trials are one way to get paid, their are actually a large number of other medical trials where you can also get paid to participate. These include such opportunities such as the following:

Clinical / Medical Trials

  • Sleep Deprivation Studies
  • Time Isolation Studies
  • Bed Rest Studies
  • Alcohol Studies
  • Caffeine Studies
  • Nicotine Studies
  • Drug Test Studies
  • Exercise Studies
  • Diet Studies
  • Nutrition Studies
  • Therapy Studies
  • Psychology Studies
  • Cognitive Studies
  • Sensory Studies
  • Visual Studies
  • Vaccine Studies
  • Dermatology Studies
  • Blood / Plasma Donation
  • Egg / Sperm Donation

    These are just a few of the studies that people over 18 can volunteer for to earn some extra money. Healthy persons of either sex are needed. There are a wide variety of medical institutions looking for healthy individuals who meet the study requirements.

    Disclaimer: We do not in any way encourage you to participate in these studies, but are merely sharing information available. There are significant risks when participating in clinical research drug studies which can even lead to death, so serious consideration should be taken before making a decision to participate. We highly recommend that you talk with a medical professional to understand all the risks involved before considering this as a way to make money.

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