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Trial ID Title Status Sponsor Phase Start Date Summary
NCT00719186 ↗ Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II Completed Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Phase 3 2009-02-01 The primary research hypothesis is that ovulation induction with an aromatase inhibitor (letrozole) is more likely to result in live birth than ovulation induction with a selective estrogen receptor modulator (clomiphene citrate) in infertile women with PCOS. A safety hypothesis will also be incorporated into the primary research hypothesis in which we hypothesize both treatments are equally safe for mother and child. Secondary research hypotheses include: 1. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in singleton pregnancy compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Singleton pregnancy is defined as presence of a single intrauterine gestational sac with a single fetal pole and observable heart motion. 2. Treatment with letrozole will less likely result in a first trimester intrauterine fetal demise than treatment with clomiphene citrate. A first trimester IUFD is defined as a pregnancy that ends before 13 weeks gestation. 3. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in ovulation (increased ovulation rate) compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Ovulation is defined as a midluteal progesterone level ≥ 3 ng/mL. 4. The shortest time to pregnancy will be with letrozole. 5. Age, body mass index, SHBG, testosterone, LH, Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), and degree of hirsutism and acne will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 6. Improvement in SHBG, testosterone, AMH, and LH levels will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 7. DNA polymorphisms in estrogen action genes will predict response to study drug. 8. Quality of Life will be better on letrozole than clomiphene. 9. Letrozole will be more cost effective at achieving singleton pregnancies than clomiphene.
NCT00719186 ↗ Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II Completed Penn State University Phase 3 2009-02-01 The primary research hypothesis is that ovulation induction with an aromatase inhibitor (letrozole) is more likely to result in live birth than ovulation induction with a selective estrogen receptor modulator (clomiphene citrate) in infertile women with PCOS. A safety hypothesis will also be incorporated into the primary research hypothesis in which we hypothesize both treatments are equally safe for mother and child. Secondary research hypotheses include: 1. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in singleton pregnancy compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Singleton pregnancy is defined as presence of a single intrauterine gestational sac with a single fetal pole and observable heart motion. 2. Treatment with letrozole will less likely result in a first trimester intrauterine fetal demise than treatment with clomiphene citrate. A first trimester IUFD is defined as a pregnancy that ends before 13 weeks gestation. 3. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in ovulation (increased ovulation rate) compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Ovulation is defined as a midluteal progesterone level ≥ 3 ng/mL. 4. The shortest time to pregnancy will be with letrozole. 5. Age, body mass index, SHBG, testosterone, LH, Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), and degree of hirsutism and acne will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 6. Improvement in SHBG, testosterone, AMH, and LH levels will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 7. DNA polymorphisms in estrogen action genes will predict response to study drug. 8. Quality of Life will be better on letrozole than clomiphene. 9. Letrozole will be more cost effective at achieving singleton pregnancies than clomiphene.
NCT00719186 ↗ Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II Completed The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Phase 3 2009-02-01 The primary research hypothesis is that ovulation induction with an aromatase inhibitor (letrozole) is more likely to result in live birth than ovulation induction with a selective estrogen receptor modulator (clomiphene citrate) in infertile women with PCOS. A safety hypothesis will also be incorporated into the primary research hypothesis in which we hypothesize both treatments are equally safe for mother and child. Secondary research hypotheses include: 1. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in singleton pregnancy compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Singleton pregnancy is defined as presence of a single intrauterine gestational sac with a single fetal pole and observable heart motion. 2. Treatment with letrozole will less likely result in a first trimester intrauterine fetal demise than treatment with clomiphene citrate. A first trimester IUFD is defined as a pregnancy that ends before 13 weeks gestation. 3. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in ovulation (increased ovulation rate) compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Ovulation is defined as a midluteal progesterone level ≥ 3 ng/mL. 4. The shortest time to pregnancy will be with letrozole. 5. Age, body mass index, SHBG, testosterone, LH, Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), and degree of hirsutism and acne will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 6. Improvement in SHBG, testosterone, AMH, and LH levels will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 7. DNA polymorphisms in estrogen action genes will predict response to study drug. 8. Quality of Life will be better on letrozole than clomiphene. 9. Letrozole will be more cost effective at achieving singleton pregnancies than clomiphene.
NCT00719186 ↗ Pregnancy in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome II Completed University of Colorado, Denver Phase 3 2009-02-01 The primary research hypothesis is that ovulation induction with an aromatase inhibitor (letrozole) is more likely to result in live birth than ovulation induction with a selective estrogen receptor modulator (clomiphene citrate) in infertile women with PCOS. A safety hypothesis will also be incorporated into the primary research hypothesis in which we hypothesize both treatments are equally safe for mother and child. Secondary research hypotheses include: 1. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in singleton pregnancy compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Singleton pregnancy is defined as presence of a single intrauterine gestational sac with a single fetal pole and observable heart motion. 2. Treatment with letrozole will less likely result in a first trimester intrauterine fetal demise than treatment with clomiphene citrate. A first trimester IUFD is defined as a pregnancy that ends before 13 weeks gestation. 3. Treatment with letrozole is more likely to result in ovulation (increased ovulation rate) compared to treatment with clomiphene citrate. Ovulation is defined as a midluteal progesterone level ≥ 3 ng/mL. 4. The shortest time to pregnancy will be with letrozole. 5. Age, body mass index, SHBG, testosterone, LH, Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), and degree of hirsutism and acne will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 6. Improvement in SHBG, testosterone, AMH, and LH levels will be significant predictors of ovulation and conception regardless of treatment. 7. DNA polymorphisms in estrogen action genes will predict response to study drug. 8. Quality of Life will be better on letrozole than clomiphene. 9. Letrozole will be more cost effective at achieving singleton pregnancies than clomiphene.
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Clinical Trial Conditions for Serophene

Condition Name

Condition Name for Serophene
Intervention Trials
Hypogonadism 2
Hypoandrogenism 1
Male Infertility 1
Non Obstructive Azoospermia 1
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Condition MeSH

Condition MeSH for Serophene
Intervention Trials
Hypogonadism 3
Infertility 2
Syndrome 1
Azoospermia 1
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Clinical Trial Locations for Serophene

Trials by Country

Trials by Country for Serophene
Location Trials
United States 12
Brazil 1
Spain 1
Switzerland 1
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Trials by US State

Trials by US State for Serophene
Location Trials
North Carolina 1
Michigan 1
Connecticut 1
Colorado 1
California 1
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Clinical Trial Progress for Serophene

Clinical Trial Phase

Clinical Trial Phase for Serophene
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Phase 4 1
Phase 3 1
Phase 2 2
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Clinical Trial Status

Clinical Trial Status for Serophene
Clinical Trial Phase Trials
Completed 4
Recruiting 1
Withdrawn 1
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Clinical Trial Sponsors for Serophene

Sponsor Name

Sponsor Name for Serophene
Sponsor Trials
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) 2
University of Illinois at Chicago 2
Yale University 2
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Sponsor Type

Sponsor Type for Serophene
Sponsor Trials
Other 16
NIH 2
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