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…

The Pill for men is not a new idea, as some methods of birth control for men have been researched as early as the 70s[1].  The only way for those methods to become more popular is starting clinical trials to test their safety and efficacy. Yet, clinical trials testing male contraception are not so common (check the available clinical trials…

  Every decision begins with the awareness that such can be made, that this option exists, that an alternative might be out there. The decision about participating in a clinical Trial is a serious one.  Most of the times patients get access to information about clinical trials from their doctors or by recruiting companies. The problem is that not all…

“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, said Armstrong when he first stepped onto the moon. We at FindMeCure strongly believe that small things can make big difference. This is why we are now asking you to make a small step towards a huge change – transforming the clinical trials industry into a patient-friendly opportunity available…

Every new beginning is full of positivity and high hopes for the future. This is the way we feel about 2017 and what is coming next in the healthcare sector. Investigators and scientists will be working on over 50 000 clinical studies around the globe searching for new drugs and therapies to cure numerous illnesses. The foundations of the new…

The placebo effect has been widely discussed basically ever since it had been discovered by the American doctor Henry Beecher, who was taking care of wounded soldiers during the World War II. One day Henry runs out of the vital pain-killing morphine. At that point he doesn’t have much of a choice but to continue telling patients that he is…

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