Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York has embarked on a study to investigate behavioral characteristics of women trying to achieve pregnancy. These lifestyle choices and behavioral traits include diet, exercise, exploration of alternative and conventional medicine, workday habits and stress management, among others. Your participation in this study enables physicians and clinical care providers the ability to gain insight into lifestyle choices made by women while trying to conceive.
Note: Participants will remain anonymous. The research study will not include or disclose participants identity.
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If you have questions about the study, you may contact Joseph Lee, Research Project Manager, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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