Advancing the science of medicine through clinical research

improving the lives of women -- now and in the future

Clinical research trials are studies used to help develop new treatments and medications for diseases. Before an investigational drug or treatment can be considered for approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it must be thought to be both safe and effective in these carefully monitored studies.

Dr. Carrie Swartz has been a Principal Investigator and Sub-investigator in Clinical Trials since 2010. We have participated in studies for endometriosis, menopause, fibroids, vaginal infections and contraception just to name a few. We have also served as a research site for several device studies. 

Birth Control Treatment

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If you or a friend are interested in hearing more about participating in clinical research, please contact our Research Coordinator at 505-218-0976. Medical exam and medications are typically free of charge and you may be compensated for time and travel.