Post by skinnyforcepts on Aug 5, 2022 3:48:28 GMT -5
I'm mostly making this thread since I see a lot of new people looking for info on studies (I gave a lot of people info on studies tbh due to the economic situation going on, so I'm just trying to help out). I already have my core circuit of places I screen and roll between, but I want other people's opinions so we can help the new rats out. What places have you personally been to (not just screened, but actually done a study from start to finish), and what would you rate it, giving specific details, like food, staff attitude, living situation, study drug symptoms, etc. Thanks for any input.
The worst?-- hmm..ppd in austin 15 years ago?(excessive blood draws, bunker like feel) maybe wct in san antonio a few years back? (missing a repeat on a Screening lab causes banishment, screening staff tolerates an absurd amount of ghetto insubordination). abbot in waukegan felt like a cia 'mkultra' without the fun. they made you eat rotten *** lettuce too). wcct/wwct/alta/whatever in cypress a couple years back--(cake box full of cold meals, alt?--just left there wondering like you don't exist, screen and they are like 'well, we don't have thaT one anymore but we have these dates'). spaulding and their ecg patches holy ****--imagine sanding and alcohol prepping sticky rash bumps so the skin breaks because retarded millennial--and they're like, "you can always.. Pretty sure this place gave me a delayed seizure. good luck getting into celerion phoenix if you're not latino. they were Checking in 45 subjects recently and I didn't. even. get. chosen. ... ... oh dallas covance. ****ing inept lab work. inconsiderate. deliberately ignore ringing phones. zero communication. shitty staff.. Covance in Dallas is The Worst because it's a waste of time, always.
I forgot to mention how ppd makes you hold in piss for an eternity unlike any other whenever you deal with them, regardless of how much you drank. I think they power trip on you squirming like a five year old.
(Then there's the shower rooms--you feel like you're in engineering on a ship)
Last Edit: Dec 12, 2022 12:43:13 GMT -5 by flup: further details