A Place to Teach Old Drugs New Tricks

Due to popular demand, former blog guests Bruce Bloom, and Clare Thibodeaux from Cures Within Reach have returned with another post. This time, they explain how they bring researchers, older drugs, and new funders together to come up with new solutions for patients. Disclosure: I am a member of their Advisory Board, and think this concept is brilliant! … Continue reading A Place to Teach Old Drugs New Tricks

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A Clinical Trial Failed Patients

Something horrible happened - a clinical trial failed, causing one unexpected death and seriously injuring 5 people. And instead of dealing with a dysfunctional research system, “experts” are spouting off on their own. The few articles written to date focus on the drug (aka the money), not on what people want to know. My Initial Thoughts ClinicalTrialsArena asked … Continue reading A Clinical Trial Failed Patients

A Plan for Real Research Improvements

Looks like 1,772 of us posted public comments about medical research informed consents to the NPRM docket! I realize this sounds obtuse, but bear with me through this post - please! So, What's the Big Deal? The final regulation will affect millions of patients, researchers, institutions, and companies. These rules last changed in 1991. You know, before the … Continue reading A Plan for Real Research Improvements