Category Archives Clinical trials

One of the most common myths about clinical trials that we at FindMeCure work hard to dispell is that clinical research is only about experimenting with new treatment methods. If you follow our blog, you already know that there are other purposes to clinical trials and not all of them involve medical interventions. Healthy volunteers can donate a little of…

Recently, under one of our Facebook posts, there was a discussion about the importance of vitamin D in autoimmune diseases and the link between vitamin D deficiency and autoimmunity. We at FindMeCure welcome your thoughts and suggestions because opening up a dialogue with patient communities is important to us. Your experiences, observations, insights and perspective are valuable and we love…

October is dedicated to raising awareness about breast cancer and there are many more things healthcare professionals, health blogs and journals and even patients can do to participate in addition to wearing a pink ribbon. If you follow our blog you know that we at FindMeCure take updating our readership on treatments in development very seriously. Drugs and therapies under…

We can’t not celebrate Health Literacy Awareness Month! It has always been one of FindMeCure’s missions to raise awareness about healthcare innovation and give patients the means to make informed decisions about their treatment in a comprehensible and down-to-earth way. We believe that knowledge is power and we would like to see empowered patient communities full of people taking their…

As cruel as some animal rights activists might think it is, every drug we now have owes its existence to animal testing. If you follow our blog or you’re otherwise interested in clinical research, you know that the very first phase of a clinical trial or phase 0 is testing the new drug on animals. And not any animals, mind…

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