As cruel as some animal rights activists might think it is, every drug we now have owes its existence to animal testing. If you follow our blog or you’re otherwise interested in clinical research, you know that the very first phase of a clinical trial or phase 0 is testing the new drug on animals. And not any animals, mind…

We celebrate health awareness days and months dedicated to spreading the word about a disease or a possible new solution because we at FindMeCure believe that information is power. Having knowledge about what’s going on in the medical world is crucial to finding the right option for you if there comes a time you have to make that choice.  That…

We do what we do because we believe that everyone deserves to be healthy and because we believe in the power of technology to make this possible on a global scale. FindMeCure is not just the Google for clinical trials but also a project that helps facilitate a connection between the world of clinical research studies and the people who…

Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month seems like the best possible time to not only educate about MG and spread awareness but also to bring hope and share stories of overcoming challenges and defeating the urge to give up. If there is one thing we at FindMeCure love doing for our readership it's sharing patients' personal experience, presenting stories with real-life happy…

Men’s Health Week concludes on the 16th of June when we celebrate Father’s Day. To spread awareness during this time of the year, we talk about health issues that predominantly affect men or the impact our culturally coded gender norms have on men’s health. Last year it was Time To Talk About Masculinity and Health and we addressed the way…

As one concerned boyfriend of a Myasthenia Gravis patient once noted on an MG forum, there is not a lot of information out there about how myasthenia can impact a person’s sex life. To be fair, MG manifests in a variety of different ways depending on the individual, so to write something that would be relevant to every patient is…

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