“Why Should You Be A Guinea Pig?”

Linked article by Wendy Haaf for Good Times


And personally, volunteering for medical studies/clinical trials resulted in:

  1. Inspiring the gratefulness that I am healthy and as a result have been able to help save peoples lives and/or to increase their quality of living by serving as a guinea pig for drug companies
  2. Feeling blessed for the tax free income boost awarded to me for my compliance to the research facilities and study/trial rules, for my transportation costs, for the discomfort/related because of blood draws, being woken during the night, fasting, and restricted diets, plus for the inconvenience of being away from home and staying in dorm environments
  3. Being fortunate to meet people from many different backgrounds, origins, etc. that broadened my perspectives as a researcher and writer


Specialist Writer Speaker Social Entrepreneur Founder and President

of Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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January 5, 2020

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