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Microbiome-Focused Clinical Trial in the United States investigates if Approved Chinese Product ‘Oligomannate’ can Help Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

TrialSite’s Cure Seekers, a pilot show that focuses on a group of real-life Hollywood actors, directors and filmmakers assembled during COVID-19 to pursue answers to profound health questions, such as potential treatments for COVID-19, recently led engaging...

Major Clinical Trial in Sub-Saharan Africa (ANTICOV) to Study Hydroxychloroquine & Other Repurposed Treatments Targeting Early Onset COVID-19

An international network of research institutions and thirteen African nations have formed an alliance to conduct the largest COVID-19 clinical trial of its kind in Africa with an emphasis on investigating treatment options for mild and moderate cases at onset of...

OneOncology Partners with Genentech to Bring Personalized Cancer Research to Patients at Community Oncology Sites

The cancer research as a care option movement gains considerable momentum in the United States with the recent formation of a partnership between OneOncology, the national partnership of independent oncology practices, and Genentech, a member of the Roche Group (SIX:...

Duke University School of Nursing Investigators Embark on Innovative Community Study to Reduce Growing HIV Rates Among Black Women in the South

TrialSite’s Founder Daniel O’Connor recently had the honor of interviewing Duke University’s Schenita D. Randolph, PhD, MPH, RN, CNE, assistant professor, and her colleague Ragan Johnson, DNP, MSN, APRN-BC, assistant professor, in an effort to learn more...

POTUS Accuses FDA of “Politics” In Vaccine-Approval Process, But FDA’s Mandate is a Political Decision to Remain The Gold Standard for Safety

On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump suggested that the recent initiative by the FDA to tighten-up COVID-19 vaccine guidelines was politically-motivated. More specifically, POTUS declared, “That sounds like a political move.” With an imminent election,...

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