At Antidote, we talk a lot about how our search tool makes it easier to match with clinical trials you may qualify for. But what happens after you conduct your search?
You may get a list of a results page that looks something like this:
If you've ever looked at a trial listing and felt confused, you're not alone. Unfortunately, clinical trial listings are written with researchers in mind, rather than patients. They're rarely written in terms that mean much to the everyday person without a medical background.
In our next patient education webinar on March 27 at 12 p.m. ET, we'll cover the anatomy of a study page: what key terms mean, understanding the differences between types of trials, and how to get information about a trial that's not listed on a study page.
We'll also cover how to take the next step if you find a trial you're interested in. Register now to join the webinar!