Friday, February 6, 2009

BRAVO is at it again! Earn up to $250

The folks at BRAVO are introducing their latest Study on Women's Reproductive Health - specifically aimed at women between the ages of 18 and 25.

The BRAVO Study has been ongoing for quite some time now - the focus is to discover new ways to fight a very common STD - bacterial vaginosis (BV), one of the most common vaginal diseases contracted by women (1 in 10 women nationally have BV but may not know it).

The BRAVO Study ask the question: Do patients with BV stand a better chance of NOT contracting any other STD's, specifically chlamydia and gonnorhea when under a doctor's care?

This study and those that have preceeded it are always done with the complete oversight of medical professionals and clinicians.


What will I be asked to do?

As a participant in the BRAVO study, you will be asked to:
Participate in ONE clinic visit (This visit should last approximately 45 minutes)
After the first visit, you can participate in the rest of the study from home (ever other month for a year).
You will be mailed a kit to complete six home tests (these follow-up tests should take you approximately 15 Minutes).

How long will the study last?
Your participation in this study will last up to one year.

Who is eligible?

Women between the age of 18-25 years old

NOT Pregnant.

Currently sexually active.

NOT living with your husband or main partner for over one year.

Willing to be screened for BV (To be eligible you must have asymptomatic BV).

NOT currently on your menstrual period (this only applies at your first visit).

If you are eligible and join the study you will:
Have the opportunity to have regular testing for certain sexually transmitted infections for one year at not cost to you, from the privacy of your own home.

Be paid for your time and effort.

If you are interested in the study and would like to schedule an appointment, Please contact Nikole @ 415-525-7718 or

Thank you for your help!!! This is your chance to make a difference in your community.

Screening performed at 356 7th st. San Francisco CA 94103

Help yourself, help others and get paid!! The results of the study will help public and private health officials continue the battle against dangerous STD's and provide awareness to our young women.


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