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Filling the Gaps of Healthcare
As a pre-diabetic with high cholesterol, I couldn’t go on not checking out my gut health.
Impacting Patients from Diagnosis to Remission
Whether it’s one patient or a thousand, I am able to positively impact and assist them during their medical journey from diagnosis to remission.
Living with Chronic Health Conditions
It is challenging to live with multiple chronic health conditions and costly to pursue healthcare alternatives.
Obesity: It's More about Your Health than How You Look
Obesity is not just a cosmetic problem. Being obese increases your risk of diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
Is Sleep Apnea Disrupting Your Life?
Sleep apnea can be so disruptive, keeping you and your partner from getting proper sleep, and leaving you both unrefreshed.
Restless Leg Syndrome Can Rob You of Sleep
Restless Leg Syndrome may severely affect your ability to fall or stay asleep, to the detriment of your entire life.
If You have Chronic Pelvic Pain You may be Suffering from Endometriosis
Clinical trials are studying high-intensity focused ultrasound, Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and yoga.
Alzheimer's: Where Do We Go from Here?
Clinical trials are investigating repairing brain cells, improving memory, microbial disturbances, and communication skills.
Scoliosis: When Should You Seek Treatment?
If mild, scoliosis may not affect your appearance, but it can worsen over time and cause back pain.
Is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Treatable?
PCOS often acts as a gateway for development of other conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and depression.
Osteoarthritis: New Treatments for this Painful Degenerative Condition
Osteoarthritis is one of the fastest-growing disabling diseases that affects more than 32 million people in the USA alone.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Clinical Trials Offer Hope
Anxiety, depression, and neurosis can contribute to symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
How Can I Participate in a Clinical Trial?
Interested in participating in a clinical trial? Here are some of the details you need to know.
Can You Protect Yourself from Getting Herpes?
There is no known cure for the herpes virus, although researchers are working towards developing a vaccine.
Essential Hypertension - a Hidden Threat
While the cause of essential hypertension is still unknown, researchers suspect obesity, alcohol, salt, aging, and inactivity.
Carpal Tunnel - Does Your Arm or Hand Go Numb or Have Tingling?
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes pain, tingling, and numbness in your hand from pressure on the median nerve in your wrist.
How To Recognize Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder is a mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others.
Asthma Issues? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow and swell. This can make breathing difficult and trigger coughing.
Addictive Behaviors - When Should You Worry?
People with an addiction may have distorted thinking and behaviors. Learn more about diagnosis and treatments.
Hypothyroidism - Symptoms, Causes, Risks, and Clinical Trials
Hypothyroidism develops when the thyroid gland produces less thyroid hormone than necessary and produces many symptoms.
Hepatitis C Virus, Clinical Trials and Important Information
Hepatitis C may lead to severe liver disease. Understand transmission, symptoms, and how clinical trials can help.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) - Symptoms, Treatment, & Causes
Everyone has experienced gastroesophageal reflux. GERD can affect people of all ages - from infants to older adults.
Are You Concerned About Eczema? See What Doctors Say!
Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. Treatments and self-care measures can help.
Understand Key Factors of Dementia and Clinical Trials
Dementia is a general term for memory loss and other thinking abilities that is severe enough to interfere with daily life.
Clinical Trial Participation can Supplement Your Income
While some people volunteer for clinical trials to help scientific discovery, others are more interested in being compensated.
Clinical Trials Investigate New Therapies for Crohn's Disease
Crohn's disease can be both painful and debilitating, and sometimes may lead to life-threatening complications.
Find Out How You Can Help Manage Your Back Pain
A sore back is a common concern for many people and there are ways to help manage your back pain.
Astigmatism is a Treatable Condition You Can Get Help For
Learn common risk factors, signs and symptoms of astigmatism and how you can find help.
Things You Should Know About Anemia
Having anemia can make you feel tired and weak. There are many forms of anemia, each with its own cause.
What are the Challenges and Opportunities facing Clinical Trial Research?
Clinical trials research faces many challenges. Find out how you can help the future of clinical trials research.
Clinical Trials Test New Avenues for Treating ADHD
Although there is no cure for ADHD, the symptoms can be effectively managed with medication and counseling.
New Therapies for Migraine Headaches
Although the causes of migraine are still not understood, genetic factors and environmental are suspected.
COVID Trial Participant Wants To Help The World Get Back To Normal
Mitchell and his wife did some research and decided that they wanted to be involved in this life-saving clinical trial.
Innovative Clinical Trials Study New Treatments for Diabetes
Failing to control diabetes may lead to stroke, limb amputation, and damage to the eyes, kidneys, and nerves.
Breast Cancer: Don't Ignore the Signs!
In women, breast cancer is the most common type of invasive cancer and the second most fatal type of cancer.
Trial Participant Helps to put an End to the Pandemic
It made me feel good the day the Moderna vaccine passed. Wow, I was a part of that!
Sickle Cell Disease: a Painful Hereditary Condition
Most people with SCD are from African descent, although people from South and Central America, and Cuba are also at risk.
Changing our DNA with CRISPR
Using the CRISPR technique to alter DNA, it may be possible to treat Down syndrome, hemophilia, sickle cell disease, etc.
Fibromyalgia Investigational Therapies include Electrical Stimulation and Hot Water Immersion
This difficult to diagnose disease includes symptoms like cognitive difficulties, widespread pain, and fatigue.
Are You at Risk for Chronic Kidney Disease?
Up to seventy percent of people with chronic kidney disease experience enough pain that their quality of life is affected.
Investigational Drugs bring hope to those suffering from Psoriasis
Psoriasis is not contagious, and more than half of people with psoriasis have a family history of the disease.
Falling Asleep for Science
Keeping detailed records contributed to the scientific study aiming to help people with sleep disorders.
Clinical Trials evaluate the effects of Cannabis, Herbal Medicine, and Keto Diet on Anxiety
Anxiety, which includes nervousness, sweating, chills, and insomnia, is the most common mental health disorder.
Advancements in Chronic Pain Management
One in 5 outpatients complains of some form of chronic pain that makes day-to-day activities difficult.
Major Depression can leave you Feeling Helpless and Hopeless
While depression is a short-term temporary reaction, major depression is pervasive and can last for weeks.
New Therapies provide Hope for Rheumatoid Arthritis Sufferers
Although there is still no cure for RA, new treatments are aimed at managing pain and preventing joint damage.
Clinical Trial made an "Unbelievable Difference" to Lawrence's Knee Arthritis
With the help of a clinical trial, Lawrence was able to regain functionality and delay knee surgery for two years.
Chest Pain? It could be Refractory Angina
You are more at risk for refractory angina if you are obese, smoke, have high blood pressure, and diabetes.
Cannabis and its Medicinal Uses
Many countries recognize the value of using cannabis in treating certain conditions and have legalized its medicinal use.
How Depression can Affect Your Life
Depression can reach into every corner of your life, affecting your relationships, your work, and even threatening your life.
What is Coronary Artery Disease?
Coronary artery disease occurs when vessels supplying blood to the heart are blocked by a buildup of fats.
Rapid COVID-19 Vaccine Development: A Shot in The Arm
The amazing speed at which the COVID-19 vaccine was created is an inspiration for future clinical trials and drug development.
How Can We Solve the Problem of Low Recruitment in Clinical Trials?
Many clinical trials are hampered by low enrolment and some are abandoned due to lack of participants.
Why Are Clinical Trials So Important?
Healthy volunteers are advancing science and truly enabling people with diseases to be cured in many cases.
Surviving and Thriving after Rhabdomyoscarcoma
Ellie was given a 20% chance of surviving, but has lived to develop a passion for medicine and is now studying to become a pediatric oncologist.
Mesothelioma – a Monster of a Disease
Vicki turned to Integrative Medicine in the hopes it would help her live to see her grandsons grow.
Checkmate: a Life-or-Death Chess Match with Melanoma
Patrick learned that when it comes to melanoma, diligence, and doing your homework is imperative.
A Rare Recovery from "Incurable" Brain Cancer
A clinical trial was able to prevent Susan's tumor from recurring, giving her precious time with her family.
Crohn's Disease Couldn't keep Holly from Winning at her Sport
Holly refused to be kept from her passion for playing soccer, even after her diagnosis of Crohn's disease.
CAR-T Therapy Stops the Rollercoaster of Treatment, Remission, and Relapse
Shelby was only 13 when diagnosed with advanced B-cell blood cancer but CAR-T immunotherapy has given her her life back.
Improved Treatment for Steven's Pancreatic Cancer
“FOLFIRINOX put me into remission,” Steven said. “The PARP inhibitor kept me there.”
Ethan's Participation in a Clinical Trial results in a Treatment for DMD
EXONDYS51 is the first drug approved specifically for treating DMD, and Ethan was instrumental in its development.
A Dark Diagnosis Leads to a Re-evaluated Life
As Sharon had to deal with the physical and emotional demands of cancer, she took the opportunity to re-evaluate her life and to become more true to herself.
This 'Tiny Dancer' gives Hope to those with Neuroblastoma
After surviving chemotherapy, radiation, and bone marrow transplant, a clinical trial is helping Lily-Mae stay cancer-free.
Participating as a Healthy Volunteer is Empowering
Jennifer feels being able to contribute to finding a vaccine for COVID-19 is an empowering experience. "This is an amazing opportunity for me to do something."
Melanoma Warrior Won't Give Up
Eric's battle with melanoma included 7 clinical trials, 8 surgeries, and more infusions than he can count. And it's not over yet.
If People do not Participate in Clinical Trials, there will be no Cure
After being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, Jean became an outspoken advocate for clinical trials.
Laughing at My Nightmare: Living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Shane and Hannah live their lives to the fullest, helping others with disabilities, and sharing their joy and humor.
Without a Hepatitis C Clinical Trial I'd be Financially Ruined
I was shocked, I panicked. How could I possibly have hepatitis C?
Clinical Trial for Arthritis Pain Brings Massive Relief
A new investigational drug brought huge relief to Victoria who suffered from arthritis in her knee.
Lily’s First (and Greatest) Battle: A Clinical Trial Triumph
Not yet 2 years old, Lily battled liver cancer but was able to overcome it thanks to a timely clinical trial.
An Immunotherapy Clinical Trial Amidst the Pandemic
Marc keeps a positive spirit as he begins his immunotherapy clinical trial for non-hodgkin's lymphoma.
A Tumultuous Journey Finally Results in Success
After going through chemo and surgeries, a clinical trial was instrumental in Shari's recovery from ovarian cancer.
A Clinical Trial Thwarts a Deadly Breast Cancer
After chemotherapy failed, Laura Holmes Haddad took her chances with a clinical trial. It was worth it.
After Giving Up, a Clinical Trial Saved Laura's Life
Battling multiple cancers led Laura to give up treatment, but her father found a clinical trial that gave her new hope.
Gerri Speer: A Triple-negative Breast Cancer Survivor
Gerri believes that for aggressive breast cancer, patients should consider clinical trials instead of endless chemotherapy.
Deb Volunteers for Multiple Clinical Trials
Deb has participated as a healthy volunteer in three clinical trials and remains positive about her experience.
A Living Miracle Who Survived Stage 4 Melanoma
Karen survived stage 4 melanoma with the support of her nurses and doctor, and the documentation of her husband.
Steve Fulkert's Recovery from Large B-cell Lymphoma
Steve Fulkert, a diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) patient, is now living a cancer-free life after a successful clinical trial.
Ria’s Battle Against Ulcerative Colitis
Ria’s health problems started when she was 15. She developed severe diarrhea with frequent digestive problems.
LAPD Officer Chang’s COVID-19 Clinical Trial Success Story
Officer Chang's immune system had already weakened so much that the doctors put him on a ventilator.
Ralph's Recovery from Prostate Cancer
The CheckMate 650 immunotherapy clinical trial helped Ralph Stuart recover from prostate cancer when there were no other options left.
Treatment Beyond the Standard of Care
Sisi went through multiple standard chemotherapy treatments, but her residual tumors didn't disappear, and her chemotherapist told her that extra chemo wouldn't help her.
CAR-T Clinical Trial Saved Me
For days Bobby had felt difficulty and pain while swallowing food. Bobby's doctor diagnosed him with a tumor on his tongue that was a type of advanced B-cell blood cancer.
Hope for a Painless Future
It was a nightmare for me when I was told that I have a disease to manage for the rest of my life.
Clinical Trial a Life-saving Decision
When Sharon finally went to her doctor, they found that she had developed cirrhosis with many tumors throughout her liver.
New Hope with a Clinical Trial
In January 2014 I was diagnosed with stage 3 lung cancer. It's odd but, that day broke my heart.
Defeating Melanoma with a Clinical Trial
Jamie was diagnosed with stage 2 melanoma that was treated successfully. However, the very next year stage 3 melanoma was also diagnosed.
Successful Battle with Oral Cancer
John was stage 3 when diagnosed with oral cancer at the base of his tongue, one of the most debilitating and deadly cancers.
Diabetes Clinical Trial gave me a Fearless Life
I woke up one day to a sharp chest pain and a feeling of pins and needles in my left hand. Paramedics rushed me to the hospital. They thought it was a heart attack.
They Saved My Life
After recovering from aggressive brain cancer, Jill considers it to be "a miracle." Doctors call her an "exceptional responder."
I'm Now Seizure-Free
His dreams were almost shattered when Chris was diagnosed with a rare type of epilepsy that meant he would experience multiple types of seizures even when under medication.
A Leap of Faith Results in Success
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most dangerous cancers with very low survival and cure rate. This is an aggressive cancer that does not respond well to standard treatment protocol.
Jason Cherish: the Courage to Fight
It takes a lot of courage to fight chronic illness and people like Jason are a true inspiration. It is not easy to fight cancer in your twenties but Jason did.
Clinical Trials are Cutting-Edge Therapy
Jamie was happily married and taking care of her 3-months old baby. Four years ago, she had been diagnosed with Stage 2 and Stage 3 melanoma, but they had been removed successfully.
DJ's Clinical Trial Success
DJ always seemed to have skin infections, and he got sick easily. Doctors in his native India originally believed his skin infections were a type of allergy. But medication wasn’t helping.
Joining a Clinical Trial can be Very Positive
In March 2012, I noticed some blood in my pee. My doctor did some tests including cystoscopy. I thought it might turn out to be just an infection. But I was wrong.
Clinical Trials Changed Vanessa Life
Vanessa Johnson-Brandon feels and looks great today. She is thriving, enjoying her life with family and friends. Only a few months back things were totally different.
A Skin Infection is Brought Under Control
Zuhaib, aged 28, is from Islamabad and lives with his wife Ayeza and 2-year-old son. This is Zuhaib's story of being diagnosed with a rare skin disease and joining a clinical trial.
I Get to Live the Rest of My Life
Rachael was 15 years old when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor Giant Cell Tumour (GCT) of the Clivus. It was interfering with her temporal lobe and brain stem.
I Got a Second Chance
Larry Thomason started having frequent episodes of nausea and speech trouble. A feeling of dread haunted him because nearly 2 years ago, he had a melanoma that was surgically removed.
A Journey Towards Clinical Trial
It was March 2014 when I first felt pain and difficulty with swallowing food. After a week, I start vomiting I decided to go to the doctor the next day to check it out.
A Clinical Trial Saved My Life
Barely seven months after she was blessed with her set of twins, Ann was diagnosed with an aggressive and rare type of Stage 4 Cancer of the breast.