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We are currently recruiting the following types of patients. If you are interested in any of these opportunities or wish to be placed in our database, please contact us right away. For additional information, follow the links on the menu to the left or call for more information.


~Women 18 to 40 with Secondary Amenorrhea

~ Healthy women who are menopausal and experiencing hot flashes

~Men and Women who have Glaucoma

~ Women with the diagnosis of Uterine Fibroids

~ Women with the diagnosis of Endometriosis

~Women with Osteoporosis

~ Women and men experiencing Over Active Bladder symptoms

~ Individuals with Hereditary Angioedema

~ Individuals, at least 12 years old, with Asthma. Must be currently taking corticosteroids or have an asthma-related hospital stay (>24hrs) in the past year


~ Healthy, Sexually Active Women interested in taking Oral Contraceptives (birth control pills)

~ Women suffering from Urinary Incontinence

~ Women experiencing Bacterial Vaginosis symptoms

~Women experiencing Female Sexual Dysfunction

~ Women currently experiencing Vaginal Dryness / Vaginal Atrophy

~ Girls ages 12 to 18, having regular periods, needed for Bone Density Study

~Healthy women, 18-35, interested in NON-hormonal birth control   

~ Menopausal Women atleast age 50, with low sexual desire (decreased libido) who are also being treated for high blood pressure, diabetes or high cholesterol

~ Black/African Americans with Diabetes, taking no medicine OR just one oral medication

~ Women with CIN2/3 results on a recent PAP smear

~ Healthy, sexually active women interested in oral contraceptives (birth control pill) and fewer menstrual cycles

~ Healthy women experiencing a decrease in libido or sexual desire

~ Healthy women who are naturally menopausal

~ Women with an abnormal PAP smear and untreated HPV

~ Women with Osteoporosis

~ African Am men, women & children who use inhaled steriods for asthma

 
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