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Seattle Clinical Trials

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Clinical trials are experimental studies that explore specific aspects of health conditions in order to improve the lives of those who suffer from it. These clinical trials are highly structured, regulated, and controlled. Each clinical trial begins with a specific purpose and a set amount of time. The trial can be conducted across the country simultaneously to increase the sample size of the participants.

Clinical trials have been very helpful to the field of infertility studies. Through these infertility clinical trials, new medications, treatments, and procedures have been developed to help those suffering from infertility achieve their dream of having a family.

However, before you begin a clinical trial, it is important you talk with your doctor. Because infertility clinical trials are still experimental, there are risks involved with participating in them.

Seattle Area Infertility Clinical Trials

Currently, there are two infertility clinical trials being conducted in the state of Washington, including four which are located in the Seattle area.

Goserelin in Preventing Ovarian Failure in Women Receiving Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer
Sponsor: Southwest Oncology Group
Locations: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Group Health Central Hospital, Harborview Medical Center, University Cancer Center at University of Washington Medical Center, Minor and James Medical, PLLC, Polyclinic First Hill, Swedish Cancer Institute at Swedish Medical Center - First Hill Campus
Estimated Dates: October 2003-January 2016
Status: Recruiting participants
For more information, follow this link.

Effectiveness of the Use of the PICSI Dish (Hyaluronan Microdot) in the Selection of Sperm for Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
Sponsor: Biocoat
Locations: Seattle Reproductive Medicine
Estimated Dates: August 2008-April 2009
Status: Recruiting participants
For more information, follow this link.

For more information about infertility clinical trials, visit www.ClinicalTrials.gov.