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Abstract ideas about equality, progress and human rights are interesting topics that frequently come up when talking about healthcare and more specifically - clinical trials. We have already shared quite a bit of our own perspective on them while discussing our mission and values. The ins and outs of a clinical trial are also a subject of discussion here on…

Group B Strep (GBS) accounts for up to 3.5 million preterm births worldwide according to a 2017 study on GBS during pregnancy and early infancy. The number of stillbirths due to GBS infection is a bit harder to estimate accurately because often grieving parents refuse autopsy. Even without those numbers, however, GBS is confirmed as the leading cause of infant…

A clinical trial starts with an idea. Researchers in a lab notice something they haven’t anticipated, or think of something that could enhance the results they get that can also be applicable elsewhere. Or, doctors after years of experience with patients notice a pattern that has them thinking of how they can verify their observations. A drug they’ve been prescribing…

If you thought researchers were only interested in how our body responds to the substances they develop, you’re in for a surprise. Clinical trials don’t only test drugs. When it comes to dispelling myths, we’d like to specifically address this one. If you’ve searched for a clinical trial on FindMeCure or if you’ve just been involved in a conversation about…

Leaking is no laughing matter, is what World Continence Week 2018 reminds us with the “Laugh Without Leaking” campaign. Incontinence affects people of all ages and genders and it’s not a normal part of aging or motherhood - that’s what the Continence Foundation of Australia wants us to know as well as to keep in mind that there are a…

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