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What types of clinical trials pay participants?

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There are many different types of clinical trials that pay patients for their participation, including clinical trials in diabetes, anxiety, depression, ADHD and arthritis. Others are for caffeine, drug use, headaches, vaccines and heart disease, reports Johns Hopkins Medicine. Many private and public hospitals and research centers offer clinical trials.

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People who are interested in participating in paid clinical trials may search for clinical trials through a hospital's website, such as HopkinsMedicine.org, or may search through the U.S. National Institutes of Health website, where hundreds of clinical trials are listed. There are also companies that provide access to paid clinical trials, such as Covance Clinical Trials. Many clinical trials offer access to new treatments that may not yet be available to the general poblic, such as radical new cancer treatments, notes Novartis Clinical Trials.

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