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Gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as GERD, is more than just acid reflux or heartburn. While all of us at some point in our lives have experienced acid reflux (stomach acid flowing up the esophagus), people who live with GERD have weakened esophagus sphincter and report frequent mild to severe acid reflux, heartburn and chest pain. Those of you reading,…

When talking about the history of clinical trials one name always pops up - that of James Lind who conducted the famous scurvy trial in 1747. When we were talking about how it all started with the FindMeCure team, we all knew about James Lind but were curious to find out more - to take a look beyond the mythologized…

" I felt afraid to leave the house - what if I can’t remember where I live?  Does anybody else battle debilitating brain fog while on thyroid replacement therapy? When is it just “brain fog” and when is something you need to see a doctor for?" This is what a patient, currently going through thyroid hormone replacement therapy, shares about their fears, experiences,…

Chronic pain is not а disease in and of itself, however, it is a crippling condition that goes along with a number of different ailments or injuries. Having to plan your weeks always keeping in mind that though everything seems okay now, your plans might have to change at the last minute. Our search engine comes up with 555 clinical trials…

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