Clinical trials are conducted in the health and medical industries to gather information that can be used to implement safe and more effective practices for current and future patients.
At New Hope Fertility Center, we’ve been conducting our IVF Clinical Trial since 2009. We knew it would be a huge undertaking, but to better serve the fertility industry as a whole, it was time to take action in making IVF safer and more cost effective for women with infertility.
Our Clinical Trial Team (CTT) will continue accepting patients until the end of the year between the ages of 18 and 38. You must have had trouble getting pregnant for at least 12 months and this IVF treatment is of no cost to those accepted — including all medical consulting, blood tests, ultrasound monitoring, and IVF procedures.
New Hope’s IVF Clinical Trial was created to determine the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of Mini-IVF™ versus conventional IVF treatments. Safety — both mental and physical — are main focal points, with our resident psychologist surveying the mental health of CTRPs (Clinical Trial Patients) and the rest of the CTT noting side effects related to medication involved in each treatment.