How to Solve Diseases with Existing Drugs

My blog guests this week are Amy Conn, Bruce Bloom, and Clare Thibodeaux from Cures Within Reach. Disclosure: I am a member of their Advisory Board, and think that testing older drugs for rare diseases is brilliant! The power of repurposing What if the latest treatment for cancer, diabetes or thousands of other unsolved diseases … Continue reading How to Solve Diseases with Existing Drugs

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Patients ARE the (end)Point of Clinical Trials

Back in February, I spoke at the 2016 Arena International Outsourcing Clinical Trials West Coast Conference on "Patient Centricity" - a topic they gave me, along with some rather ambiguous objectives. I changed it to "Patients ARE the Endpoint" because it is time to get real about why the clinical trial industry exists in the first place. Yu … Continue reading Patients ARE the (end)Point of Clinical Trials

Quality Diet Research Needed

Welcome to the controversial world of dietary recommendations. Seriously, what do you do when you hear opposing stories about fat, cholesterol, carbs, supplements, etc.? Probably the same thing the experts do - expound on your own opinions and go get a snack! Debate from All Sides Criticism ignited over recent U.S. Dietary Guidelines (USDG), which diluted evidence that disagrees with long-held … Continue reading Quality Diet Research Needed