ENDOMETRIOSIS

There are 3 studies

Endometriosis Study

Salt Lake City, Utah
(385) 355-6231

SEVERE PAIN during your period?
And before And after?

It’s time to find out more about your ENDOMETRIOSIS.

HELP US STUDY AN INVESTIGATIONAL MEDICATION THAT MAY REDUCE ENDOMETRIOSIS PAIN.

The INANNA study is evaluating an investigational medication in women with moderate or severe endometriosis pain.

You may qualify to participate if you:
- Are between 18 and 49 years of age
- Have been diagnosed with endometriosis within the last 5 years
- Have a 21-38 day menstrual cycle
- Are not pregnant, nursing or planning a pregnancy within the next 12 months
- Are willing to stop taking current hormonal endometriosis therapies (use of nonhormonal contraception methods is required during the study)

Other criteria will be reviewed to determine if you qualify for this study.

For more information, please contact:
Wasatch Clinical Research, LLC

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Endometriosis Study

Long Beach, CA
(562) 362-3663

Missing work again...and girls’ night...I just want my life back!

ENDOMETRIOSIS PAIN?
Don’t suffer in silence. We hear you.

Endometriosis Pain Clinical Research Study
The Edelweiss study is for women living with moderate to severe pain associated with endometriosis. Dealing with symptoms that others might not understand can be frustrating, but you’re not alone. About 450 women are expected to participate in the Edelweiss study.

If you complete the study, your participation will last approximately 15 months and include up to 16 scheduled visits to the study clinic. You will be reimbursed for your time and travel expenses.

You may qualify to participate in the Edelweiss study if you:
- Are 18 to 49 years old
- Have had a surgically confirmed diagnosis of endometriosis within the last 10 years
- Have endometriosis-associated pain during your period and at other times during your menstrual cycle
- Are not pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant
- Meet additional requirements as determined by a screening process

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