Are you interested in participating in a contraceptive clinical study?
We are conducting a clinical research study where two reliable long-acting reversible contraceptive methods are studied. One is an intrauterine system inserted into the woman’s uterus and the other is an implant inserted under the skin in the upper arm.
The purpose of the study is to examine the discontinuation rates in women using the intrauterine system with the discontinuation rates in women using the implant over 12 months.
The study is conducted in Royal Hospital for Women and the responsible investigator is A/Professor John Eden.
We are looking for women who are:
18-35 years old
· Generally healthy
· Not pregnant or lactating
· Need contraception and
· Would accept assignment to either treatment by chance
If you fulfill the above criteria and you are interested to find out more about the study, please email us or call: Barbara Gross Research Unit, Tel. 9382 6621.
Your response to this advertisement only signifies interest to obtain further information. The participation in this study is voluntary.
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