12 fascinating clinical research blogs to follow

There are many clinical trial blogs out there, but what sets the best ones apart? Our favorites are the ones that don’t simply cover news — instead, they aim to be go-to sources for informed positions on how to improve the medical research process.

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What are the types of mitral valve regurgitation?

Mitral valve regurgitation, also known as mitral regurgitation, mitral insufficiency, or mitral incompetence, is the most common type of heart valve disease, affecting more than 2% of the population. Though mild mitral valve regurgitation does not usually cause issues, it is a condition that can worsen with time and lead to more severe symptoms. Below, we will be looking at what this condition ...

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Lung Cancer Awareness Month: Helping patients through research

Lung Cancer Awareness Month occurs every November with the purpose of increasing general knowledge of lung cancer and the treatment options available to patients who have been diagnosed. While lung cancer is still a prevalent disease, there have been many advancements in the lung cancer treatment space over the years, and medical research studies are consistently underway to find better solutions ...

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The holiday season and mental health: Tips for managing stress and staying healthy

While the holiday season can be a time filled with joy and cheer, for many, these are not the only emotions associated with this time of year. In fact, a 2021 survey found that 3 in 5 Americans feel that their mental health is negatively impacted by the holidays. 

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How healthtech companies can drive app downloads

Increasing app downloads can feel like an uphill battle for companies in the competitive healthtech space. Because this is a crowded industry, user acquisition can be a considerable challenge — but Antidote is well-positioned to assist.

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Family Caregivers Month: How caregivers can be partners in research

November is designated as National Family Caregivers Month, which is a way to honor over 50 million Americans that provide care and assistance to loved ones. Caregivers play a vital role in the medical journeys of many patients, and they often dedicate their entire lives to maintaining a person’s health and dignity throughout the process. 

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3 ways Antidote serves sites

Successful clinical trial patient recruitment is about more than just finding potential participants. In fact, clinical trial matching is just one part of the equation — which is why we offer tailored solutions for sponsors, including trial site support.

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Antidote’s insights from 7,000+ type 2 diabetes patients [one-pager]

Having a deep understanding of the patient population is key to successful recruiting for clinical trials — which is why Antidote takes discovering patient insights seriously. 

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Alzheimer's vs. dementia: An overview for National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month

While there are many conditions that can cause memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are probably two of the most well-known terms associated with cognitive decline. However, while these two terms are often used interchangeably, they actually refer to different kinds of memory loss diseases. In honor of November being National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, we wanted to take a few ...

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OneStudyTeam and Antidote are partnering to maximize clinical trial recruitment and enrollment

We are excited to announce our new partnership with OneStudyTeam, a company that provides the cloud-based platform StudyTeam™ to connect site and sponsor workflows. By combining our complementary technology, this partnership will provide sites and sponsors with a connected, end-to-end patient referral management experience.

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