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ORACLE R01

Ovarian Reserve after Cancer: Longitudinal Effects
 

Want to help female cancer patients? Curious about your own reproductive health? If you are a healthy female between the ages of 13-35 or 40-50, you may be eligible for studies at the University of Pennsylvania to help us learn more about how cancer treatments affect fertility in female cancer patients and survivors. No medications or experimental procedures required. Your results will be compared with those of young women who received chemotherapy. Study lengths vary: 1 visit per year or 1 visit every three months. 

 

 

Principal Investigator:
Dr. Clarisa Gracia, MD, MSCE

Sponsor:
NIH

Research Coordinators:
Maureen Prewitt
215-614-1414
maureen.prewitt@uphs.upenn.edu

Allison Schanne
215-614-1414
allison.schanne@uphs.upenn.edu

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