Did you ever miss taking the pill? How do you feel when you find out that you had miscalculated the days?
1. What’s new?
There are two new clinical research studies (trials) for an investigational birth control patch, that needs to be applied once weekly only. One is the Simplify study and the other is the New Choice Study
2. Who is eligible to participate in this clinical trial?
You may qualify for this clinical research study if you
- Are a woman between the ages of 18-45 years of age
- Have regular, consistent menstrual cycles between 25-35 days
- Have no intention of becoming pregnant in the next 12 months
3. Are there benefits to being in the study?
Qualified participants will receive all study related examinations, lab tests and investigational study drugs provided at no cost. Compensation for time and travel may also be available.
4. Where is the study taking place and who is the investigator?
The Study is being conducted in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Arthur Waldbaum is the clinical trial investigator at this site.
To see if you could qualify for the Simplify study CLICK HERE
To see if you could qualify for the study New Choice Study CLICK HERE
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