The Reproductive Biology Research Foundation (later renamed as the Masters and Johnson Institute in 1978) was founded in 1958[1]. It was the clinical and research foundation of Masters and Johnson.

Located in St. Louis, Missouri, the institute was established to study human sexuality with particular emphasis on the anatomy and physiology of human sexual response and the diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunctions.

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Season 2 Edit

In between May and September 1958, Bill established the Reproductive Biology Research Foundation. To maintain the clinic, Bill borrows against his house, and ultimately takes money from his mother.

Season 3 Edit

After Human Sexual Response is published in 1966, the clinic is protested by many religious organizations.

The clinic's operation is put in jeopardy after Bill is charged with pandering and prostitution.

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In order for both Masters and Johnson to continue working together, they both agree to take on new partners: Art Dreesen and Nancy Leveau. However, tension builds between Virginia and Nancy, and Nancy eventually takes Art to start their own clinic. However, after Art turns in Nancy, they are legally prevented from continuing.

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  1. In real life, it was established in 1964.