The Hospital Sant Joan de Déu in Barcelona, coordinator of the SPIOMET4HEALTH project, recently presented the clinical trial for a new treatment for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) on RAC1 radio, one of the most influential radio stations in Catalonia, Spain.
The program, El món a RAC1, conducted by Jordi Basté, featured Dr. Lourdes Ibáñez, the study’s coordinator, who explained the trial’s significance. During the presentation, Dr. Ibáñez highlighted that, with PCOS, “menstruation doesn’t come as it should, and women with PCOS continue to experience irregular periods. This is accompanied by a lack of ovulation, and therefore, a person who does not ovulate has few chances of getting pregnant.”
The presentation segment starts at min 18:35 and is available here in Catalan:
The article about the SPIOMET4HEALTH clinical trial in RAC1’s website can be found here.
How to participate in the clinical trial
If you are a woman between the ages of 12 and 24 with PCOS and are interested in participating in the clinical trial (in Spain, Norway, Denmark, Italy, Austria or Turkey), you can click here to learn more about the study.