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New Hope Fertility Center, a leading clinic in the field of in vitro fertilization (IVF), in collaboration with The Academic Medical Center at the University of Amsterdam, is conducting a research study comparing different IVF protocols. The study has been approved and is being monitored by the Human Research Review Committee of the New York Downtown Hospital.
The study is designed to compare conventional IVF protocol and minimal-stimulation IVF protocol (Mini IVF™), in terms of pregnancy rates and treatment costs. Additionally, the study will seek to determine which of the two methods is more patient-friendly by comparing the psychological impact of these two types of IVF treatments, as well as the side effects of medications required by the respective protocols. Ultimately, the researchers will use these findings to determine ways of improving IVF treatment and patient satisfaction.
This IVF clinical trial covers the assisted reproduction treatment, including all medical consulting, blood tests, ultrasound monitoring, and IVF procedures. Accepted participants are responsible only for the cost of the required pre-screening testing and IVF-related medications.
We are enrolling woman between the ages of 18 and 38, who have experienced difficulty conceiving for more than 12 months with no previous IVF attempts.