Name of the study : Brain and Reproductive Hormones Study
Medical field : Women’s health
The brain and reproductive hormones study seeks healthy women with regular menstrual cycles and on no prescription medications (including birth control pills or other hormonal contraception).Research study participation involves 2 clinic visits and 2 day long visits at the Reproductive Endocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Study Start Date:04/01/2015
Study Completion Date: 04/30/2015
Ages Eligible for Study: 21-40 years old
Genders Eligible for Study: Women
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You can participant at the Reproductive Endocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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