Uterine Fibroids Study at Newton Wellesley Hospital

 Name of the study : Uterine Fibroids Study

 Medical field : Women Health

Purpose of Uterine Fibroids Study

Newton-Wellesley Hospital is doing a study for women who want treatment for their symptoms associated with uterine fibroids but who do not want a hysterectomy.

Uterine Fibroids Study Details

Study Start Date:03/9/2015
Study Completion Date: 03/31/2015

Ages Eligible for Study:18 years or older

Genders Eligible for Study: All


  • You are  suffering from heavy menstrual periods or other symptoms associated with uterine fibroids
  • Women who want treatment for their symptoms associated with uterine fibroids but who do not want a hysterectomy.

Contacts and Locations

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You can participant at Newton Wellesley Hospital

About the Research Facility

 Newton-Wellesley Hospital is a Boston-based medical facility that’s affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This partnership provides Newton-Wellesley patients with access to a vast array of medical services. Newton-Wellesley Hospital is recognized by HealthGrades as a distinguished hospital for clinical excellence. The facility also touts many other awards. Newton-Wellesley Hospital prides itself on its delivery of advanced technology and most up-to-date diagnostic services. This, paired with a medical staff of over 1,000 affiliated physicians, helps the hospital give patients outstanding care. Newton-Wellesley Hospital is heavily involved in clinical research, offering a variety of services to clinical investigators. This includes developing relevant documents, drafting and negotiating budgets and contracts, research management, and registering for human-subject protection education program. www.nwh.org