About the Study
Although vaping is often touted as a way to quit smoking, and is certainly a better alternative, taking that last step down from vaping may be harder than you think. Some studies have found that delivering nicotine in the form of concentrated vapor makes it more potent and therefore more addictive than getting nicotine through smoking cigarettes. Many people claim quitting vaping is even harder than quitting cigarettes.
If you or someone you know really wants to quit vaping but needs help – consider signing up for a clinical research study designed to help people kick the habit for good. The study is about 12 weeks long and is assessing the efficacy of a phase 2 drug in helping adults to quit vaping.
Compensation may be up to $1,675 for time and travel to participate in the study. Study-related care is available to participants at no cost and health insurance is not required nor needed. If you are interested in joining the study at RCR, call 585-288-0890 or fill in your information.
- Daily e-cigarette or vaping usage
- Motivated to quit e-cigarettes or vaping
- Are 18 years +
- Please note, other conditions may apply.