The Chicago STOP Smoking Research Project is being conducted at the University of Chicago, in Hyde Park.
The goal of the study is to help you quit smoking and stay quit.
The study includes 6 counseling sessions, a one month’s supply of nicotine patches, and a 50% chance of receiving the study medication (naltrexone) or a placebo (sugar pill).
Participants receive travel reimbursements and $230 in financial compensation for completing study interviews and measures.
We will enroll participants between June, 2006 and August, 2008. If you are interested in the study, please go to the following link for more information and learn about other studies in your area:
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