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Psoriasis Psucks! But This Company Pays Up to $100 to Psoriasis Patients

Updated May 25, 2016
by Dana Sitar
Staff Writer
Psorasis Medical Study

Living with psoriasis … psucks.

If you suffer from the uncomfortable autoimmune disease that shows itself in rash-like patches of skin, you no doubt split your time trying to get rid of it and trying to hide it.

Unfortunately, there’s no cure for psoriasis — but you’re not alone. As many as 7.5 million Americans have the disease — about 2.5% of us.

Even Kim Kardashian and her mother have been diagnosed.

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But, we found a way for you to get a little payback for your suffering — and help others with the disease.

How to Make Up to $100 for Having Psoriasis

M3 Global Research is recruiting psoriasis patients to participate in paid online surveys.

This isn’t a clinical study. You don’t even have to leave your couch.

Register here to get started. After you register, the company will start sending you surveys that pay $10-$100 each if you qualify (they take about 20-30 minutes to complete).

The company is also recruiting for surveys on several conditions, including diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular diseases.

After you register and complete your profile, you’ll receive survey invitations tailored to your information. You won’t be spammed with irrelevant surveys.


So, select that you have psoriasis and you’ll receive market research surveys relevant to living with and treating the condition.

It’s one small reason to be grateful you’re in the elite 2.5% of people afflicted with psoriasis… right?

Your Turn: Do you have psoriasis or know someone who does?

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Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).

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