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Current Study

VeraCept Study IUD Study

About the VeraCept Study

Soapstone Center for Clinical Research is looking for women to participate in a research study.  We’re evaluating the effectiveness of an investigational hormone-free intrauterine device  (IUD), called VeraCept, designed  to prevent pregnancy.

Who is eligible for the Study?

  • Are in a steady relationship
  • Agree to use VeraCept as your only form of birth control
  • Have a history of regular menstrual cycles, and are in good general health

STUDY PARTICIPANTS WILL GET

  • Specialty care and monitoring for the length of the study
  • VeraCept at no cost
  • Compensation for completing each of the clinic visits and at least 95% of the eDiary entries

Soapstone Center for Clinical Research is looking for women to participate in VeraCept Study

The first step to find out if you are eligible for the VeraCept research study is to go through a screening process, so a physician and other research health care professionals can ensure you meet criteria for the study.

Who is eligible for the VeraCept Study?

We’re  looking for women who: 

  • Are in a steady relationship
  • Agree to use VeraCept as your only form of birth control
  • Have a history of regular menstrual cycles, and are in good general health

Qualified participants will receive:

  • Specialty care and  monitoring for the length of the study
  • VeraCept at no cost
  • Compensation for completing each of the clinic visits and at least 95% of the eDiary entries

Neither you nor your insurance carrier will be charged for VeraCept or related careWe want you to help advance women's health research! If you are interested in participating, please call the


Soapstone Center for Clinical Research at 404-534-9359

Principal Investigator: Sonya Marks, MD

Sponsor:  Sebela Pharmaceuticals Development, LLC

Research Coordinator(s): Natalie 404-534-9359