Recent research has suggested that new therapies that increase the pregnancy rates for women undergoing IVF are needed. We are currently testing a new therapy which is not currently offered at your IVF Centre. To assist our research we are seeking women to volunteer to take part in our study and to complete some questionnaires which ask about your well being, coping, the use of health services and the outcome of your IVF cycle. Your data will be compared with women using the new treatment being tested to assess if there is any difference between groups. Please visit www.uws.edu.au/IVFstudy for more information or contact researchers by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 4620 3290
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Examining the Health and Pregnancy Outcomes for Women Undergoing IVF Study
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