Best Wishes

For Becoming Mom!

Now that you are pregnant, it is important to take care of yourself. Scientists and families are joining hands in a global immunization study to help keep you, your baby, and millions of babies as healthy as possible. 

 Get compensation for your participation and learn all you need to know about staying healthy and safe while you’re pregnant.

 Join thousands of Moms-to-be making the community a better place for babies!

Pregnancy Health and Safety

Congratulations, and welcome to your pregnancy! From what to expect,

how to stay healthy, safe and beyond, here’s the info you need:

Pregnancy Health

Stay healthy throughout your pregnancy with  prenatal guidelines and solutions. And if you do get sick (whether you’re attacked by allergies or felled by the flu), know that there are ways to get relief that are safe for you and your baby. Pregnancy may not always be smooth sailing, but your journey through these nine months can be more comfortable with good advice, loved ones, and a great sense of humor.

Vaccines You Need

For your health — and that of your baby — know which vaccinations you might need during pregnancy and which ones you should wait to get until after the baby arrives.

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Are vaccines safe while pregnant?

In most countries, maternal vaccinations are a regular part of prenatal care. Pregnant mothers are often vaccinated for diseases like the flu, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus.

When an expecting mother is vaccinated, she passes on the defenses (antibodies) she builds from the vaccine to her developing baby. This is called a “maternal vaccination.” Maternal vaccinations are an important way to protect babies in the first few months of life.

Why Do We Vaccinate?

  • To Stop the Spread of Disease
  • To Build Community Immunity
  • To Protect Those Not Fully Vaccinated & Those Who Do Not Get Full Protection
  • To Strengthen the Body’s Natural Immunity

Who Can Participate

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How long is the Matisse Study?

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Find Out if you are eligible

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About the MATISSE study

The MATISSE maternal vaccine clinical study wants to find out if giving expecting mothers an investigational vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is safe and could help protect their babies from RSV after they are born.

Find out if you are

eligible to participate

What are we researching?

We are studying if an investigational RSV vaccine could activate a mother’s immune system to create protective defenses (antibodies) against RSV that would be passed on to their developing babies. We are working to understand if this vaccine is safe and if it could protect babies from RSV.

What is RSV?

RSV is a very common disease of the airways. For most people, RSV is often mild and causes wheezing, coughing, sneezing, and runny nose.

However, for some babies, RSV can be serious, and lead to trouble eating or breathing. This is especially true for infants who are premature or have heart or lung problems.

What’s it like to be in the

Matisse study?

If you qualify for the MATISSE study and decide to take part, you will receive one injection of either the investigational RSV vaccine (the vaccine we are studying) or a placebo.

Volunteers do not get to choose which they receive. This decision will be made by chance, like flipping a coin. You have an equal chance of receiving either the investigational vaccine or the placebo.

Life Advances. Make a Difference!

Volunteering for clinical studies is safe, rewarding, and surprisingly quick to do. At Boeson Research, we see to it that you are taken care of in every way. And that means helping you get the compensation and care you deserve. 

With your help, researchers can advance prenatal healthcare and find new solutions that improve access to life-changing treatments for children through clinical studies. By participating, you can make a difference.

We’d love to hear

from you!

We’re sure you have more questions in mind, and we are excited to answer them. Provide your contact info through the form above, and we’ll reach out to you within 24 hours.

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