The effects of party drugs is being studied at UVic.

Wanted: party drug users for UVic addictions study

Greater Victoria’s recreational drug users are in high demand for a new study being undertaken at UVic

Greater Victoria’s recreational drug users are in high demand for a new study being undertaken by the Centre for Addictions and Research of B.C.

Ecstasy and MDMA are just some of the party drugs the University of Victoria-based research group wants to examine in the coming months.

Party drug users must be at least 19 years old and have used drugs other than marijuana at least once a month for the past six months.

The identity of all participants will remain confidential and anonymous and participants will receive some financial compensation.

For more information, visit facebook.com/carbc.uvic or call 250-208-5308.

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