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Participants in the study are very diverse in terms of race, education, age, and relationship status. See an interesting blog post on the importance of diversity in a contraceptive efficacy study and more detail on the participants in the Dot study here.

For women who are trying to avoid pregnancy, this is a problem. Condoms and birth control pills have disappeared from legitimate drug stores and pharmacies. People have to resort to the black market where buying a pack of condoms costs $200 - several days of minimum wage pay, while the pill costs roughly a third of a...

Cycle Technologies June Newsletter features news report on Dot Fertility & Period Tracker. Analytics from over 50,000 active users of Dot™ show that Android users in the U.S. are more likely to use the app to plan pregnancy. (read more)


We're really proud of the impact that our work is having around the world. In this month's newsletter we're sharing news on recent research on our mobile apps, product improvements, and articles on how mobile technology could address the global health crisis of unplanned pregnancies.


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It's been a whirlwind of excitement and activity over here at Cycle Technologies HQ. We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Dot Fertility & Period Tracker Android app. Dot is now available on both Android and iOS.  And in related news, the first ever efficacy study on a fertility app has begun as well! Thank...

Have an Android phone and want to earn a $200 gift card? Live in the Washington DC area? The Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University is preparing for an efficacy trial on Dot the app. They need help ensuring that all systems are "go" for the study and want your feedback. We hope you can help them out...

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Study Finds Dot™ App Highly Effective at Preventing Pregnancy


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