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Denver Infertility Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are carefully regulated and strictly controlled studies that test a certain variable, or seek to answer a certain question, through the course of the study. Clinical trials operate with a set purpose for a pre-determined time under specific conditions. They may operate simultaneously across the country.

Clinical trials are important to the field of medicine because they have allowed numerous medical breakthroughs. The field of infertility has benefited from infertility clinical trials through the development of new fertility medications, infertility treatments, and procedures.

There are currently six infertility clinical trials that are enrolling or active in Colorado. All six of these clinical trials have sites in the Denver area.

Who Is Conducting the Clinical Trials in Denver?

Pilocarpine in Treating Vaginal Dryness in Patients With Breast Cancer
Sponsor: North Central Cancer Treatment Group
Locations: Aurora Presbyterian Hospital, Porter Adventist Hospital, Presbyterian - St. Luke's Medical Center, CCOP - Colorado Cancer Research Program, Rose Medical Center, St. Joseph Hospital, St. Anthony Central Hospital, Swedish Medical Center
Estimated Dates: December 2006-June 2009
Status: Ongoing, but not currently recruiting participants

Microsurgical Varicocelectomy Versus No Surgery in Men With a Palpable Varicocele and an Abnormal Semen Analysis (VIA)
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: University of Colorado
Estimated Dates: May 2010-May 2013
Status: Currently recruiting participants

Registry of Pregnancies Conceived Following Exposure to Ovulation Stimulation Medications
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: University of Colorado
Estimated Dates: May 2009-May 2017
Status: Enrolling participants by invitation only

Assessment of Multiple Intrauterine Gestations From Ovarian Stimulation (AMIGOS)
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: University of Colorado
Estimated Dates: June 2010-June 2012
Status: Currently recruiting participants

Reproductive Medicine Network Biologic Specimen Repository
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: University of Colorado
Estimated Dates: September 2010-November 2013
Status: Enrolling participants by invitation only

Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II (PPCOSII)
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: University of Colorado
Estimated Dates: February 2009-February 2013
Status: Currently recruiting participants

Information on Clinical Trials

For more information on any of the infertility clinical trials listed above, including the purpose, methods, or participant criteria, please visit www.ClinicalTrials.gov.

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