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St. Louis Clinical Trials

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In Missouri, there are currently eight infertility clinical trials that are underway. Of these, two are occurring in the city of St. Louis.

Clinical trials are important studies done to try to make the lives better for people who are suffering from a disease or condition. These clinical trials are strict and carefully regulated. Throughout the course of the trial, they test a certain variable over a set amount of time under set conditions. These clinical trials can occur in multiple locations across the United States, or even internationally.

Through the use of clinical trials, the infertility field has been greatly enriched by new medications, treatments, and procedures. But before you join a clinical trial, it is important you talk it over with your doctor. Because they are still experimental, there are certain risks involved.

Who Is Conducting the Clinical Trials in St. Louis?

L-Arginine Supplements in Treating Women Who Are Cancer Survivors
Sponsor: Wake Forest University
Locations: CCOP - Heartland Research Consortium, CCOP - St. Louis-Cape Girardeau
Estimated Dates: May 2007-May 2010
Status: Currently recruiting participants
For more information, follow this link.

Creighton Model Effectiveness, Intentions and Behaviors Assessment (CEIBA)
Sponsor: University of Utah
Locations: St. John's Mercy Medical Center, Department of FertilityCare Services
Estimated Dates: October 2009-June 2012
Status: Currently recruiting participants
For more information, follow this link.

Information of Clinical Trials

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