Are you interested in trying the Nexplanon contraceptive implant? You may qualify for a research study helping to understand how vaginal bleeding patterns change on the implant and how use of oral contraceptive pills plus the implant can make those bleeding changes more manageable.
This study will consist of a brief survey (approximately 5 min) examining the family history and behaviors of mothers who have previously given birth. Our goal is to examine birth outcomes to improve maternal-child health. You will receive a children's book for your participation.
The purposes of this study are: to look at the effects, good and/or bad, the study drug has on patients and their disease; to look for biomarkers in samples of tumor tissue and blood to find out if patients with this type of cancer respond or do not respond to rucaparib; to learn about how patients feel while they are taking the study drug; and to measure the amount of rucaparib in patient's blood at different times.