Using Cocaine and Want to Stop OR in Treatment for Cocaine Use?
Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University are investigating an FDA-approved medication that may help reduce cocaine use in individuals who are trying to quit. Join our research study today!
Conducted in Richmond, VA
25-65 Years Old
Eligible for an MRI
Fast Facts
Trying to Quit Using Cocaine
Study Background
The study goal is to determine whether a daily skin patch that delivers Rotigotine, an FDA-approved medication, helps individuals reduce cocaine use in combination with individual or group therapy.

Receiving Rotigotine as a treatment (in addition to other treatments) may also improve cognitive function in individuals receiving therapy for cocaine use disorder, helping them retain concepts better and maintain goals in recovery.

Further research on cocaine use disorder treatments and join our study today!
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