IVF clinical trials Oklahoma
We understand that choosing to participate in a clinical trial is a very important decision that involves not only the patient, but their family, friends, and primary care physicians as well. All infertility physicians at the University of Oklahoma share the common goal of conducting clinical research and are dedicated to providing comprehensive care for their patients struggling with infertility.
If you have any questions or would like further information about participating in a clinical trial, please call OU Physicians Reproductive Medicine Research at 405-271-1615.
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