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Tell us about your experience taking derivatives/designer drugs in Canada!

- Thu, 02 Jul 2020 16:12:50 EST jS/7QD9V No.295015
File: 1593720770245.jpg -(809270B / 790.30KB, 1920x1323) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Tell us about your experience taking derivatives/designer drugs in Canada!

R.A. Malatest, a private research company in Victoria, BC is currently conducting a survey on New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) experiences on behalf of Health Canada. The survey is open to anyone (residents and non-residents, 18 years and older) as long as the NPS experience took place in Canada within the past 12 months. If you’ve had more than one experience you can complete the survey more than once.

If you are interested in contributing to the science of new psychoactive substances, please check out the survey!

Survey link: https://secure.malatest.com/prod/cwx.cgi?_lang=EN&_proj=2020_NPS&U=37

Any information you provide us is completely confidential (no identifying information is requested at any time in the survey). Questions you will be asked include what substance you used, the effects that you experienced and some general socio-demographic questions (e.g., gender, employment status). This survey is completely funded by Health Canada.

If you have any questions, we can be contacted at nps@malatest.com.
Please feel free to post the link to other online communities who may be interested in the survey!

Thank you!
m - Thu, 02 Jul 2020 20:14:03 EST ncx5wpUD No.295017 Reply

Yeah guys, be sure to tell them the new trends so the 70 year old boomers who are drug illiterate can ban your RC of choice even sooner.
Emma Blytheway - Sun, 05 Jul 2020 00:10:43 EST o23pIvqG No.295038 Reply
Someone who is 70 years old now was 20 years old during the 1970s drug revolution bro. They were 30 during the 1980s...

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