Texas: Birth Control Clinical Study Participants – Women’s Health

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Study: Birth Control

Study Details

You Body, Your Birth Control Options

Research studies evaluating potential new birth control options are enrolling now. Healthy, sexually active adult females may qualify to participate at no cost, no insurance required.

Qualified participants may receive:

  • Access to potential new birth control options at no cost, no insurance required.
  • Compensation for study-related time and travel.

How to Apply

DFW-East Clinical Site & Corporate Headquarters

Three Forest Plaza
12221 Merit Drive
Suite 350
Dallas, TX 75251 Call: 214-253-8170

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