In focus: MSAA's Art Showcase

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA), one of Antidote’s partners, is a leading resource for the entire multiple sclerosis (MS) community, improving lives through vital services and support.

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What to consider when choosing clinical trial matching software

Clinical trial patient recruitment software can help trial sponsors and research sites connect with patients for clinical trials and track their enrollment into a study. It is a rapidly evolving technology that makes it easier than ever to connect with patients.

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What are the five stages of Parkinson's disease?

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system condition that impacts movement. Due to the diversity of the disease, the nature and severity of symptoms are often a bit different from person to person, and not all people who have Parkinson’s will experience every symptom. Parkinson’s patients experience progression at different speeds. 

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5 ways to make patient enrollment in clinical trials easier

Successfully enrolling patients for a clinical trial can be a daunting task, but a personalized approach to recruitment and enrollment and focusing on the patient experience can improve the process and make it more likely patients will choose to take part in your trial.

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Why we recognize World Mental Health Day: A Q&A with NAMI

Millions of Americans are affected by mental illness every day, either directly or indirectly. Each year, our partners at the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and people across the country raise awareness of mental illness, fight discrimination, and provide support through Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW). October 10th, the last day of MIAW, is World Mental Health Day. 

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The importance of health literacy

For the past twenty years, October has been recognized as Health Literacy Month. The goal, as defined by the Institute for Healthcare Advancement, is to raise awareness about the importance of understandable health information. According to a study conducted by the Department of Health and Human Services, only 12% of Americans are “health literate." This means that many individuals struggle to ...

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How we accelerated a knee osteoarthritis trial by 3 months [case study]

Knee osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis worldwide, and its prevalence is expected to continue to rise for years to come. For those that live with this condition, it causes pain, tiredness, loss of flexibility, a grating sensation, bone spurs, and swelling — all constant reminders of the need for new and better treatment options to replace the cartilage that has worn down over ...

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Talk of the Towne podcast episode 01: JDRF

We’re excited to share the premiere of Talk of the Towne, our new podcast that focuses on the ultimate sweet spot: that special place where science and patients converge. 

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Uncontrolled movements in Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's disease is a disorder that can involve several different kinds of uncontrolled movements. Some are caused by the disease, such as tremor and gait freezing, while dyskinesia – uncontrolled jerking or twisting movement – is caused by long-term levodopa use. We unpack how dyskinesia affects movement in Parkinson’s disease and how it’s usually treated. 

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Common questions about lupus clinical trials

Clinical trials for lupus are investigating potential treatments and need volunteers to take part. The research process can be confusing, though. If you're interested in finding a lupus clinical trial but don't know where to start, we've collected a list of some of the most common questions patients ask about research participation.

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