Not sure how safe I'd feel taking experimental medication for a living. Dan Solomon decided that working for a living was not what he wanted to do, and took on a job as a human lab rat for three years. Some of his job responsibilities included having blood drawn up to 20 times a day, eating yucky hospital-type food, and living with other human lab rats. These are people whose companies test out their non-FDA approved stuff on. The perks of the job? Earning about $200 a night, no boss, and tons of free time. Is this something you would consider if you wanted to earn some extra cash on the side?
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