Clinical Research as a Care Option

By Jennifer Byrne | September 1, 2017

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published by Lawrence Lloyd from Science 37 My First Exposure to Clinical Research I went to high school in the Houston area, and during my senior year in high school, I was on the student council. There was a boy in our class — quiet, not well involved —…

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Advancing Global Health One Person At A Time!

By Amanda Wright | August 17, 2017

As a clinical research professional with nearly 20 years experience, I appreciate the importance of patient engagement as part of a complex process. I am often reminded through various experiences of why I got involved in this work in the first place – the patient and their needs. Most recently Greater Gift has become involved…

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Celebrating the Gift of Research

By Jennifer Byrne | July 10, 2017

This blog was originally published by Lisa Brockway from Antidote Here at Antidote, we believe that volunteering to take part in a clinical trial is nothing short of heroic. While volunteers get access to the latest treatments and expert care, there is so much more – they are helping to accelerate medical research and ensuring that…

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