How to Participate in Paid Clinical Trials for Money

Do you know you can get paid to take part in clinical trials?

Yes, by participating paid clinical trials, patients receive free medical treatment and drugs that is new or improved, and most of the time, they also earn money for their participation of the clinical study.

Who can participate in paid clinical trials?

If you are suffering from a disease, and your current treatment isn’t effective or a good treatment does not even exist, you may want to volunteer to participate in a clinical trial. It’s a good way to contribute to the discovery of a new treatment that may relieve or eliminate your illness, and at the same time you may receive compensation.

Healthy people (such as college students) can also participate in paid clinical trials just for extra money!

Current Paid Clinic Trials (multiple locations across United States)

Researchers often look for volunteers online. Following are some clinical trial studies that need participants in various locations across the United States (not nationwide) – the links direct you to a brief survey to see if you qualify. If you qualify, you will be asked to provide a phone number to schedule your in-person interview.

Please keep in mind that each clinical trial study requires patents with certain conditions and symptoms, and if you fit the guidelines for a study, you may be able to participate.

Covid-19 Vaccine – Clinical Trial

Get a chance to participate in a Free Clinical Research Opportunity & get investigational drug, study-related care and compensation for time and travel for sharing your thoughts and opinions! Requirement: Covid-19 tested positive within the last 9 days, 18+, Male & Female.

Major Depressive Disorder – Clinical Trial

Participate in a Clinical Research Opportunity & get a compensation up to $500 for sharing your thoughts and opinions!  Age & Gender requirement: 18-74, Male & Female.

Migraine – Clinical Trial

Must have at least 1-year diagnostic history of episodic migraine or chronic migraine ! Age & Gender requirement: 18+, Male & Female.

Crohn’s Diease – Clinical Trial

Compensation up to $650. Must have been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, active symptoms: diarrhea, fever, abdominal pain, mouth sores, cramping & do not have any serious associated diseases.  Age & Gender requirement: 18-75, Male & Female.

Lupus – Clinical Trial

Compensation up to $500. Lupus is 2 to 3 times more prevalent in women of color—African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders. Must have been diagnosed with Lupus for at least 6 months to qualify. Age & Gender requirement: 18-75, Male & Female.

Diabetic Peripheral Neropathy (DPN) – Clinical Trial

Compensation up to $400. Requirements: must have diabetes and have been diagnosed with Diabetic Peripheral Neropathy (DPN) in both feet. 18+, Male & Female.

Fibromyalgia – Clinical Trial

Compensation up to $350 for sharing your thoughts and opinions.  Must have Fibromyalgia for more than one year. Age & Gender requirement: 18-75, Male & Female.

Respiratory Syncytial Virus – Clinical Trial

Compensation for time and travel up to $400. Receive study medication and study-related care from local doctors at no cost. Gender requirement: 18+, Male & Female.

Other Ways to Find Paid Clinical Trials

Get Paid to participate clinical trials for money

Most clinical trials are conducted at local doctors offices or other medical facilities, and the internet makes finding them relatively easy. Here are some places and ways to find paid clinical trials.

#1.  ClinicalTrials.gov – run by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), provides information on publicly and privately supported clinical studies. You can search clinical trials by locations and conditions/disease.

#2. CenterWatch – is another major resource that maintains a large clinical trial database. You can also search clinical trials by medical conditions and location.

#3. Local Hospitals or Universities – if you do a internet search on <clinical trails ‘your location’>,  you might find many clinical trial information from your local hospitals, medial centers, university or medial schools. Sometimes the local colleges just post smaller and more private clinical trial studies on department’s bulletin boards or websites.

Have you ever participated in paid clinical trials for extra money? Please feel free to share your experience and comments!

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