Contemplating your Contraceptive Choice?
The VeraCept™ Study might be able to help. We’re seeking healthy volunteers to participate in a clinical research study evaluating the effectiveness of a hormone-free, low-dose copper, and flexible investigational intrauterine device (IUD) to prevent pregnancy.
OVERVIEW OF THE VERACEPT STUDY
Copper IUDs are a form of what’s known as long-acting reversible contraception (LARC). It is inserted into the uterus and stays there to prevent pregnancy continuously.
VeraCept is a different kind of copper IUD:
Contains less than half the copper than the available copper IUD frame intended for more flexible placement
We’re moving to a final, Phase III study evaluating VeraCept.
In this study, researchers will further evaluate VeraCept’s long-term effectiveness at preventing pregnancy and any side effects.
KEY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
- Are in a steady relationship
- Have a history of regular menstrual cycles, and in good general health
- Agree to use VeraCept as the only form of birth control
ALL ELIGIBLE STUDY PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE AT NO COST:
- Specialty care and monitoring for the length of the study
- Compensation for completing both the clinic visits and study-related activities
If you are interested in participating in our IUD (Intrauterine Device) study, please fill out the form below or call us at (619) 521-2841.
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