Clinical contraception research call for participants

March 14, 2017  |   |  Comments
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JABSOM contraception research flyer

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JABSOM contraception research flyer

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The Hawaiʻi Women’s Health Research Center is seeking clinical participants for two research studies.

E4 Freedom clinical research study

If you are a woman between 16–50 years old and you require contraception, you may be eligible to participate in the E4 Freedom clinical research study.

This study is evaluating how safe and effective the study pill is at preventing pregnancy, and what periods are like during the menstrual cycle while taking it. Your well-being will be monitored throughout.

To be eligible you must:

  • be a heterosexual active female
  • require contraception for at least a year
  • be a non-smoker (if you are older than 35 years)
  • be in good physical and mental health

By taking part in this study you could make an important contribution to clinical research into contraception.

To find out more, please contact:

UH Women’s Health Research Center
Call or text (808) 375-3785
Or email: whrc@hawaii.edu

LevoCept clinical research study

Recruitment is ongoing for a clinical research study that will study the safety and effectiveness of an investigational, hormonal method of birth control.

Purpose of the study

  • To study the safety and effectiveness of LevoCept in preventing pregnancy
  • To identify if LevoCept has any effect on normal menstrual periods and bleeding
  • To assess how subjects tolerate LevoCept use

To find out more, please contact:

UH Women’s Health Research Center
Call or text (808) 375-3785
Or email: whrc@hawaii.edu

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