Accelovance has an opportunity for sexually active women between the ages of 18-50 to participate in a birth control research study:
Is your birth control pill right for you?
Local doctors are studying a new type of low dose investigational birth control pill.
You may receive the following:
• No-cost study birth control medication for a year • No-cost study related care • Possible reimbursement for time and travel
To learn more contact Accelovance at:
(619)-291-2845 firstname.lastname@example.org 5920 Friars Road, Suite 200 San Diego, CA 92108
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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Birth Control Research Opportunity Females Age 18-50 (San Diego)Accelovance has an opportunity for sexually active women between the ages of 18-50 to participate in a birth control research study:<br /><br />Is your birth control pill right for you?<br /><br />Local doctors are studying a new type of low dose investigational birth control pill.<br /><br />You may receive the following:<br /><br />• No-cost study birth control medication for a year <br />• No-cost study related care <br />• Possible reimbursement for time and travel<br /><br />To learn more contact Accelovance at:<br /><br />(619)-291-2845<br />email@example.com<br />5920 Friars Road, Suite 200<br />San Diego, CA 92108
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