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Charlotte Clinical Trials

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Clinical trials are studies that operate under a set purpose to answer a specific question regarding a certain disease, illness, or disorder. They have strict conditions under which they operate, along with a set purpose and a set time. Clinical trials can operate at the same time throughout a variety of locations across the country and even across the world.

Infertility clinical trials have brought countless advancements to the field of assisted reproduction, both in terms of understanding the causes of infertility and developing new fertility treatments and fertility medications.

Currently, there are seven infertility clinical trials in North Carolina that are either recruiting participants or will soon be recruiting participants. Of these infertility clinical trials, two are operating in Charlotte.

Who Is Conducting the Infertility Clinical Trials in Charlotte?

Efficacy and Safety Study of a Single Injection of SCH 900962 Versus Daily recFSH Injections in Women Undergoing Controlled Ovarian Stimulation (Study P06029) (PURSUE)
Sponsor: Schering-Plough
Locations: Investigational Site 4, Charlotte
Status: Currently recruiting participants

Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II (PPCOSII)
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: Carolinas Medical Center
Status: Currently recruiting participants

Clinical Trials

For further information on the infertility clinical trials in Charlotte, including the purpose, methods, and participants, you can visit

If you are considering joining an infertility clinical trial, make sure you discuss the risks with your fertility doctor beforehand. Because these trials are still experimental, there are risks involved.