We are actively seeking women with bacterial vaginosis for a clinical study.
Several clinics in England are currently running a clinical study with a new treatment for bacterial vaginosis. The treatment is simple, safe, and does not involve antibiotics. Women with bacterial vaginosis may participate in the study. You will quickly get an appointment for examination at one of the clinics and the visit is free of charge.
If you are interested in the clinical trial, follow these steps
- Online screening; you will answer a few questions online and leave your phone number
- A member of the study team will call you to ask a few questions and you will choose your nearest clinic
- A nurse from the clinic will call you to make an appointment with the doctor
- You will visit a clinic
To avoid parking problems, take a taxi or uber, which will be refunded by the clinic. It is very important that you answer the phone calls and that you show up at the appointment.
When making your appointment, you can choose from these sites
|Derby||London Road Community Hospital||Dr. Ade Apoola|
|Nottingham||Nottingham University Hospital||Dr. Ashini Fox|
|Northampton||Northampton General Hospital||Dr. Sophie Herbert|
|Berkshire||Upton Hospital, Garden Clinic||Dr. Nisha Pal
|London||Sexual Health South-West London||
Dr. Amanda Samarawickrama