Clinical Trials in Women's Health
- Taking a birth control pill or planning to? Willing to use a birth control implant too?
This is a study to see if women who are using or plan to use a birth control pill as their main method of birth control are willing to use a hormonal birth control implant at the same time to better prevent pregnancy. Click here to learn more.
- Hormonal Vaginal Ring Study
This clinical trial will study the efficacy, bleeding patterns, and safety of a new contraceptive vaginal ring over 12 months. The ring in this study is used for three months before it is changed.
- Couples Needed for a Male Birth Control Study
This is a two-year study testing a new investigational male hormonal birth control gel. Couples are invited to participate.
- Want to help develop an investigational birth control method?
We are currently recruiting for a study to test an investigational birth control shot – BUT – this is not a birth control study. We are NOT looking for women who want to use this shot for birth control. We are looking for women who are not using hormones already and are not at risk of getting pregnant. This study will help us learn how long the shot works. For this study, women will get a shot of the study drug just once and then will be followed to see how long the drug will prevent them from releasing an egg. Click here to learn more.
Learn more about clinical trials at UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center.