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All through the year, we talked innovations here on the blog. We gave you all the relevant information about the ins and outs of clinical trials, practical tips on how to deal with everyday life with a chronic disease, looked into the new treatments being developed for various conditions… And we’d like to conclude the year with some more updates…

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…

Both hepatitis B and C are liver diseases caused by viruses that could either be acute or chronic and can lead to some serious liver damage, including cirrhosis and cancer. Both viral infections are preventable to a degree, depending on the primary way they’re transferred. Because they’re sneaky though, and they can go unnoticed and asymptomatic for years, raising awareness…

Although it appears as an unpleasant but generally tame condition, the butterfly-like facial rash for which it’s known is not the end-all of Lupus. Due to the nature of the autoimmune disease, it can fatally damage important organs and systems, kidney malfunction being the leading cause of Lupus-associated morbidity. And even though clinical trials have proven the efficacy of combined…

Asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) are hard to set apart, because of the similarities they share. Both are diseases related to the respiratory system with common symptoms and even treatments. On World Asthma Day, however, we at FindMeCure would like to dispel some common misconceptions in order to raise awareness of asthma and respiratory conditions in general. It’s…

Called “the royal disease”, hemophilia is widely documented in the courts of European countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries. And, if you follow some conspiracy theories, is even linked to the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. The story goes as follows: Queen Victoria herself was a carrier of the disease, caused by genetic mutation and carried through the female…

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