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Imperial College Study Seeks Female Volunteers [Mar. 5th, 2012|02:51 pm]


Are you a women aged 18-40, who has not had a period AND is not taking contraceptive medication for the last 4 months?

At Hammersmith and Charing Cross Hospitals in West London, we are trying to understand how periods are controlled by studying the effects of a natural hormone called Kisspeptin-54 which all healthy people need to be fertile.

We think understanding more about it could help us find better ways to treat fertility problems in the future.

You would need to attend 4 visits lasting 8 hours each, and would receive £500 expenses.

Please contact Risheka Ratnasabapathy for information: kisspeptin@imperial.ac.uk or 07530 973811.

This study has been approved by the Ethics Committee