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Oklahoma Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are carefully controlled studies that test a certain variable in order to find out more information regarding a specific disease or condition. Clinical trials operate under strict, set conditions, often throughout many locations at the same time.
Countless advances have been made in the field of infertility because of infertility clinical trials. These advances include new fertility medications, fertility treatments, and infertility diagnostic tools.
Currently, there is one infertility clinical trial in Oklahoma that is in the recruiting phase.
If you are interested in taking part in an infertility clinical trial, make sure to discuss it the possible risks with your fertility doctor.
Who Is Conducting the Infertility Clinical Trials in Oklahoma?
Assessment of Multiple Intrauterine Gestations From Ovarian Stimulation (AMIGOS)
Sponsor: Yale University
Locations: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Estimated Dates: June 2010-June 2012
Status: Currently recruiting participants
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If you are interested in more information on the clinical trial listed above, including the methods, participant eligibility, and purpose, please visit www.ClinicalTrials.gov.