Women’s Health

Our Women’s Health Center for research puts focus on novel therapeutic modalities specific to female-oriented health issues. Our team of qualified gynecologists and research scientists strive to make innovative treatments a reality for all, regardless of gender, race, and ethnicity..

Oral Contraception

Are you struggling with heavy menstrual bleeding?
Revive Research Institute is conducting Phase 3 Clinical Trials on contraceptive medications for sexually active women. We are enrolling females who constantly suffer from painful heavy bleeding due to uterine fibroids and endometriosis.

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if women using this drug for uterine fibroids and endometriosis could also use it as an oral contraceptive. Our research team at Revive’s Women’s Health Center is looking for ways to introduce the best line of innovative therapies for women with these conditions opting for birth control pills. Enrolled participants will be expected to take the medication once daily.

Age

18-50 years

Gender

Female

Condition

Uterine Fibroids or Endometriosis

Current Status

Recruiting

HPV & Cervical Cancer Screening

Have you recently noticed unfamiliar growth around your genital area?
Revive Research Institute is now enrolling participants in a research study that involves routine specimen collection from females who have been referred for a colposcopy based on routine cervical cancer screening.

The entire process of this one visit study will take only 45 to 60 minutes. After passing the eligibility criteria, the participant will have to give demographic and clinical history information. Furthermore, specimen samples will be taken and a colposcopy will be done. The purpose is to explore an investigational screening test for women potentially at high risk for HPV.

Age

25 years or older

Gender

Female

Condition

Regular Cervical Screening

Current Status

Recruiting

Uncomplicated UTI

Think you might have a UTI?
A Urinary Tract Infection is never a pleasant experience. UTIs are unfortunately more frequent in women, due to their unique anatomy. The urethra tends to be relatively small and close to the anal opening therefore bladder infections are more prevalent in females.

Revive Research Institute’s Women’s Health Center is conducting Phase III clinical trials to assess the Safety and Efficacy of a study drug in treating Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infections (Acute Cystitis).

Age

12 years or older

Gender

Female

Condition

Uncomplicated UTI

Current Status

Recruiting