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“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…

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…

Stomach Cancer is a frightening diagnosis. As frightening as any other cancer diagnoses, only that it’s among the deadliest of all. We hope you’ve never got such and that you never will. But life happens. If stomach cancer is anyhow part of yours, this article might come of use. In a series of articles, infographics and video materials our team…

31st of May is World No Tobacco Day and we decided to talk about smoking. If you or anyone you know is trying to stop smoking or has difficulties quitting, FindMeCure’s database shows 352 clinical trials developing different kinds of therapies and treatments to help people quit smoking more easily. If you, however, decide to opt-out of clinical trials or…

  The World Digestive Health Day (29th May) is approaching quickly. One of the major and most dangerous conditions striking the digestive system is gastric/stomach cancer. We’d like to give you some information about it, some statistics, symptoms, prevention and recovery options. But first, let’s start with some good news: FindMeCure’s database shows 348 clinical trials worldwide for gastric cancer,…

On the 8th of March, International Women’s Day, it’s especially important to talk about women’s health and certain conditions and factors concerning their quality of life. One such condition is Endometriosis. Endometriosis is the formation and growth of endometrium tissue, which lines the inside of the uterus, outside of it. The exact number of affected women is unknown, partly due…

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