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CeMCOR's new published studies

Science today recognizes that most new knowledge is never shared. New studies are finally funded, eventually the study is complete, the research is written, reviewed by other scientists and eventually published—all after great effort. But the people who participated in that research and others world-wide for whom the data are relevant, never learn about it. Although rarely there is media notice, often the publication just sits there.

The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research (CeMCOR) decided long ago that all who participate in research studies, will learn both the meaning of their own data and the results of the whole study.

To share results of newly published studies, CeMCOR is now first posting in the News section of the CeMCOR website. We are making studies easy to understand through 5-slides answering five simple questions—what do we now believe? what question needs answers? what did we study? what did we find? and what do the results mean?

Here’s the first—a study about use of “the Pill” and bone changes in adolescent women.
Click here to learn more.

 

Estrogen’s Storm Season: Stories of Perimenopause

Estrogen's Storm Season

by Dr. Jerilynn C Prior

New second edition available

Estrogen’s Storm Season is now available in BOTH print and eBook (Mobi and ePUB) versions!

All royalties support CeMCOR research.

It is full of lively, realistic stories with which women can relate and evidence-based, empowering perimenopause information. It was a finalist in 2006 for the Independent Publisher Book Award in Health.

Purchase your ebook copy via our Amazon Kindle or
Google Play storefronts!

Paperback copies (with updated insert) still available here.

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Volunteer research participants are the heart of all CeMCOR research. Participants are invited to provide feedback on study processes, to learn their own results and at the end of a study, be the first to hear what the whole study found. Please become a CeMCOR research participant—you can contribute to improving the scientific information available for daughters, friends and the wider world of women.