02:01am Saturday 16 December 2017

A Research Study for Women with Multiple Unexplained Miscarriages

The study is testing a new medication (called NT100) in women with multiple unexplained miscarriages.

We want to find out if NT100 improves the chances of maintaining a successful pregnancy, if there are any side effects of using the medication, and if women find the medicine easy to use.

You may be eligible for the RESPONSE Research Study if you:

  • are between 18 and 37 years of age
  • have had 3 or more unexplained miscarriages

(It does not matter if the miscarriages happened consecutively (in a row), but at least 2 of the miscarriages have to be pregnancies that were confirmed by ultrasound).

Eligible participants will be reimbursed for reasonable travel expenses for all study-related clinic visits.

If you are interested in learning more about the RESPONSE Research Study and whether you may be eligible to participate, please contact Lyndsey Prue or Debbie Bullen at 02476 9624983.


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