Active Clinical Trials

BRCA Attitudes

BRCA Attitudes

This study aims to examine ways to test ovarian reserve, that is, the number and quality of eggs in one's ovaries. Information gained from this study may eventually help women with increased risk for cancer make decisions about when and how to start families. Furthermore, this study evaluates how knowledge of a BRCA mutation may impact a woman's decisions about parenthood.

Closed to recruitment


Principal Investigator:
Dr. Lauren Johnson, MD


Research Coordinator:
Allison Schanne

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Active Clinical Trials

Fertility and the BRCA gene

Studies on the Epigenetic Regulation of Human Pregnancy in  Fertile and Infertile Couples and Placental Parameters Sub-Study


Paid research study seeking healthy women who are not at risk for pregnancy

Infertility study

Non-hormonal intrauterine device