Women With a Hormonal Intrauterine Device Needed for Research Study
The Department of Community Health Promotion is looking for women (18-30 years of age) to participate in a study about hormone levels and sexual function. Participants must have a hormonal IUD (i.e., Mirena, Liletta, or Kyleena). The study will require four visits to the Human Performance Lab in the HHPR building and each visit will last no longer than one hour.
Participants who complete the study will receive $20. For more information please contact Brooke Bouza at email@example.com.
Brooke Bouza, graduate student
Community Health Promotion
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