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“Why do we hate hospitals?”, Niels van Namen asks in his TED talk about the hospital of the future. He then goes on to list the awful smell and terrible food, the atmosphere of despondency, the long wait for a doctor, the journey to the hospital and the cost of stay. He even cites the frightening statistics that 64% of Americans…

The World Health Organization (WHO) already considers diabetes an epidemic and predicts that in the not-so-distant future it will be the seventh leading cause of death at a global scale. So when a piece begins with a statement about the ‘diabetes epidemic’ know that writers are not being dramatic for the sake of keeping your attention. The numbers are scary…

Whenever the nervous system is affected or involved in any way, things get complicated. So, we at FindMeCure are starting off NERVEmber with a post about quite the obscure condition that otherwise doesn’t get much attention in comparison to its more talked about relatives in the family of nervous system diseases: MC, Alzheimer’s, Epilepsy, Parkinson’s… Yes, that’s right, we’ll be…

In the past several months quite a few breakthroughs were achieved and we already talked about some of them last week. 2018 so far seems to be a year full of exciting healthcare discoveries. We just can’t wait to find out about the next big thing entering clinical trials or becoming commercially available for all of you to have access…

We’re all about innovations. And you already know that. FindMeCure promotes clinical trials precisely because we believe the future holds solutions for the obstacles we’re facing now and the healthcare problems that still plague us. Thanks to medical advancements and healthcare innovations we’ve already defeated some of the worse diseases humanity have had to deal with. We have infection-fighting antibiotics…

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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