Category Archives Clinical trials

How a certain drug or therapy will affect children is very hard to predict based on clinical trials/studies conducted on adults alone. Every age group has specific needs and specific reactions to chemicals or therapy methods, yet children are often given medicine proven safe in adults but with unknown effects in children (up to 70% of the medicines given to…

“Whether our task is fighting poverty, stemming the spread of disease or saving innocent lives from mass murder, we have seen that we cannot succeed without the leadership of the strong and the engagement of all.” -  Kofi Annan On the World Hepatitis Day today (28th July) we would like to bring your attention to one of the leading causes…

It’s bikini season and sun-related skin damage is a hot topic (excuse my terrible puns). FindMeCure’s database shows 95 clinical trials for skin cancer worldwide, but there’s a whole spectrum of other conditions between the common minor sunburn and skin cancer, so get informed about the various ways excessive and unprotected sun exposure can damage your skin and threaten your…

Our co-founder Maya is an outstanding speaker, but also a great writer. In this article, she is sharing some insights on clinical trials as well as her own experience on using new treatments.  Maya has worked within the clinical research industry for almost 10 years now. She has delivered training and software solutions for organizations like Takeda, Roche, Ministries of…

Whether you or someone you’re close to are participating in or considering entering into a clinical trial, knowing your rights can not only benefit you – it’s of utmost importance. If up until now you haven’t given it any thought – and we know how busy life can be especially in tough situations – educate yourself now with this summary…

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