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Have you ever thought about being in a research study? When you participate in research that studies drug misuse and addiction, you contribute to science and society. At the same time, you can also earn some extra money, possibly get some health care and maybe even learn something cool. Located in Baltimore, at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (or NIDA for Short), a division of the National Institutes of Health; we have research studies for just about everyone. NIDA relies on the participation of people like you for a wide variety of research studies. Whether you smoke or used to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol socially throughout the week, tried illicit drugs a few times, use a substance more than you want to or if you have never tried any drugs at all; we may have a study you can join. At NIDA, you are a partner who can help our scientists and researchers figure out how to prevent and treat drug misuse and addiction. Throughout your experience with NIDA, you will always be treated with respect and you will never be asked to do anything that you do not feel comfortable with. We know how busy you are, and we value your time and participation. So why not give it a try? Find out more information about NIDA’s studies at researchstudies.drugabuse.gov or call 1-866-START-NOW.