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Your Superpower

Menstrual blood could revolutionize the future of women's health.

Menstrual
blood
could
revolutionize
the future of
women's health.

It still has the "ick" factor.  But it's actually a superpower.

Women's health research has been overlooked, underfunded and most importantly, stigmatized.  It was not until 1993 when women and minorities were, by law, included in clinical trials.

However, there continues to be an ongoing lack of female representation and participation in medical research.  And we want to change that.  We believe menstrual blood is a superpower for women and for women's health research.

Period Research

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Period blood is the most overlooked opportunity in medical research.
It's unacceptable.

Period blood
is the most
overlooked
opportunity

in medical
research.
It's unacceptable.

Dr. Sara Naseri
CEO & Co-Founder, Qvin

Watch Dr. Naseri’s presentation on closing the gender data gap

Watch Dr. Naseri’s presentation on closing the gender data gap

QVIN TRIALS

Let’s move women’s health
forward together.

Let’s move
women’s health
forward together.

Currently we have three, active clinical trials. See if you are eligible.

HR-HPV
Clinical Trial

If you have been diagnosed with HR-HPV within the last 12 months, you could be eligible for this study.

Diabetes Management
Clinical Trial

If you have high levels of HbA1c (blood sugar) you could be eligible for this study.

Women’s Health
Clinical Trial

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, and want to participate in our menstrual blood study, read more here.

Q-PADTM RESEARCH

A new kind of research.
A new kind of future.

A new kind
of research.
A new kind
of future.

Powered by your period.

Our research is backed and guided by top-rated and accredited research bodies. We collaborate with IRBs (Institutional Review Boards), academic institutions and women’s health clinics. We have numerous papers published in peer-reviewed science journals, and presented our IRB-approved study at The College American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Annual Conference.

 

We give all people with periods the choice to participate in our Q-Pad research and clinical trial research.

 

With partners like Kindbody, Axia Health, Stanford Medical School and Harvard Medical School, we want to make a difference in keeping all women, and anyone with female biology, healthy. We believe your future health could be powered by your period.

Our research is backed and guided by top-rated and accredited research bodies. We collaborate with IRBs (Institutional Review Boards), academic institutions and women’s health clinics. We have numerous papers published in peer-reviewed science journals, and presented our IRB-approved study at The College American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Annual Conference.

 

We give all people with periods the choice to participate in our Q-Pad research and clinical trial research.

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