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    Default Free treatment for PCOS (Study)

    Hi a free study is being conducted for women diagnosed with PCOS and having trouble conceiving. Initial research is showing very promising results with the majority of patients achieving successful pregnancies even after multiple IVF failures if you are interested in finding out more and participate I would be more than happy to chat and answer more questions.
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    Hey,

    I am interested, could you let me know more info?

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    Absolutely, I really believe we can achieve pregnancies for most patients where other alternatives including IVF have not been yet achieved pregnancy.

    As I am new to this forum how do I contact you?

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    I'm also interested in finding out some more info.

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    I'm interested but PCOS is not our only issue.

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    The study is covering all range of issues and we are looking to help everyone for free. Happy to make contact.

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    Default Trial Study for PCOS

    What institute is conducting the study?

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    Fertility Assist (private funded study) - not affiliated to any drug company or other insisttute to ensure unbiased results. Is to be a registered study.

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    Please feel free to ask me anything the most important thing about studies in my humble medical and personal opinion is that they are legitimate and objective AND ARE NOT AFFILIATED with sponsors with agendas. All treatments are offered free and results will be published. To me personally it is important that other potentially successful initial research and so called wonder treatments are tested and people are not exploited by unscrupulous people that like to make promises and to vulnerable people. Sorry for my what I call my passionate rants but as a FS and a person who suffered fertility issues I see everyday people being exploited in the fertility industry. It is my mission inconjuction with Fertility Assist to offer all treatments free until methodology and success rates are proven and giving an opportunity for all people to have the ebst chnace at holding a baby in their arms. love to you all.

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    Default Trial Study for PCOS

    Hi! I'm interested as well. Are you able to PM details?


 

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