In Vitro Fertilization clinical trials at UCSD
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of an educational intervention on health insurance literacy and utilization of in vitro fertilization (IVF) insurance benefits. The investigators hypothesize that the intervention is acceptable and satisfactory and will result in increased health insurance literacy and utilization of IVF benefits.
La Jolla, California
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The effects of gender transitioning, particularly the effects of testosterone exposure in transgender men, on the oocyte and embryo development are largely unknown. Based on prior studies suggesting that the extracellular RNAs secreted by the ovarian follicle cells reflect the oocyte and embryo biological state, the investigators propose to use these extracellular RNAs to gain insights into the effects of testosterone exposure in transgender men on their oocyte and embryo without impacting the clinical IVF process.