GCP Considerations: Contraception
Guidance on the recommended precautions when including men and women of child bearing potential in clinical trials, as well as, a consideration of the recommended birth control methods.
We routinely include statements in the clinical trial protocol and patient information leaflet/subject information sheet about potential harm to the unborn child and the need for use of a ‘reliable form of contraception’ during the clinical trial, but what do we mean by a ‘reliable form of contraception’?
The following short report walks you through the recommended precautions when including men and women of child bearing potential in clinical trials, as well as a consideration of the recommended birth control methods.
This report is intended to be a generic ‘considerations’ tool and therefore the reader should always abide by, and comply with, their applicable national regulations and guidelines and local policies and procedures.
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Last Updated on: 12th March 2011
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