Research Studies in Neuromuscular Disease

An Interview with MDA’s Scientific Program Director

There is some very exciting research happening in the world of neuromuscular diseases, which include ALS, muscular dystrophy, and spinal muscular atrophy, to name a few. We sat down with Grace Pavlath, Senior Vice President and Scientific Program Director with our partner, the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Here’s what she had to say about research studies in this area.

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20 Blog Post Ideas for Your Health Blog

If you’re a blogger living with a chronic illness, there are probably times when your symptoms make it difficult to blog regularly. Then there’s the challenge of writer’s block, which can happen any time.

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Thank a Respiratory Therapist for Respiratory Care Week

If you live with a chronic lung condition such as COPD or asthma, you may have received care from a respiratory therapist (RT). RTs work with patients on how to manage care for chronic lung diseases and play an important role in disease management.

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The Evolution of Clinical Trial Recruitment

An Interview with Parexel’s Global Head of Patient Recruitment

Tom Ruane is the Global Head of Patient Recruitment at Parexel. We caught up with him to discuss the latest in clinical trial recruitment, and how we can ensure patient centricity is top-of-mind in designing and enrolling studies.

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Clinical Trial Recruitment: 5 Best Practices

More sites are using digital media for patient recruitment, but still aren’t getting the results they’re looking for. We sat with our Digital Marketing Team to hear their tips on running a successful clinical trial recruitment campaign that connects you with the patients you’re looking for.

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10 Nonprofit Board Recruitment Tips

A nonprofit’s board plays several important roles, from guiding an organization’s strategic direction to steering or driving fundraising efforts. With so many decisions and dollars at stake, it’s important to be as thoughtful as possible when choosing new members -- without slowing down the board recruitment process, of course.

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LCA Presents Data on Matching Patients to Lung Cancer Research Studies

This week is the World Conference on Lung Cancer, where lung cancer researchers and advocates gather to share results from the latest lung cancer research studies and to discuss best practices in providing care and service to patients.

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Research Studies: How to Find Research Studies Near You

Clinical research studies around the country are looking for volunteers. Find one that may be a fit for you quickly and easily by answering a few short questions about your location and medical history.

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SCRS Recap: A Look at the Latest in Clinical Trial Recruitment

Last weekend, we had the pleasure of exhibiting at the SCRS Global Site Solutions Summit, an annual gathering of nearly 1,000 people - largely researchers - all interested in discussing the latest in clinical trial recruitment. We enjoyed meeting so many people who are touching patient's lives every day; it's at meetings like SCRS that you can truly see the dedication that sites have to advancing medical research for patients.

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Antidote Match 2.0: What’s New?


The newest version of Match, our clinical trials search tool, is now live! We’re excited to offer a better search experience to our partners and their patient communities through Antidote Match 2.0.

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