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CRISP

About 1 in 10 women will develop preeclampsia during their pregnancy. Women who develop preeclampsia are at an increased risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and kidney problems later on in life. This longitudinal follow-up of the PMC Study (Preeclampsia Mechanisms and Consequences) aims to identify the group of women who are at the highest risk for complications later in life. Researchers will compare the current heart functioning and cardiovascular health of women who had preeclampsia during their PMC pregnancy to those who did not.

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Fertility and the BRCA gene

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

Infertility

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

Infertility study

Non-hormonal intrauterine device