Univ. of Chicago Stop-Smoking Study

The Chicago STOP Smoking Research Project (C-STOP) is being conducted by the University of Chicago. The Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters is not affiliated with this program; we are sharing it here for those who may be interested Poster about C-STOP program from UChicago Medicinein the focus of this study and the potential benefits of participation.

C-STOP is a study that examines the effectiveness of stop-smoking methods in people who drink alcohol on a regular basis. The study project includes four study visits over 12 weeks at the University of Chicago, 5837 S. Maryland Ave., Chicago, Room M360.

The program is currently seeking participants and its participant recruitment duration is open ended. Participants will receive compensation for time and travel. For eligibility requirements and to learn more, please review the flyer included here. For additional information or to apply: text CSTOP to 831-275-5464; call 773-834-2295; visit http://stopsmoking.uchicago.edu

 

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