Monthly Archives: June 2016

CureClick Brings Patient Voices to the Cancer Moonshot Summit

By |June 30th, 2016|

Yesterday, CureClick joined leaders of cancer research, patient advocates, and Vice President Joe Biden at the Cancer Moonshot Summit in a collaborative effort to accelerate the quest to cure cancer. We are honored and proud to have represented the patient community in this significant event.

“The goal of the moonshot is to propel us forward today,” […]

Vice President Joe Biden Invites CureClick to National Cancer Moonshot Summit

By |June 28th, 2016|

We are thrilled to announce we will be attending the National Cancer Moonshot Summit hosted by Vice President Joe Biden in Washington DC tomorrow! We’re joining forces with leaders in healthcare, academia, and philanthropy, with cancer patients, survivors, and advocates to collaborate on reaching the Cancer Moonshot’s ultimate goal of ending cancer for good.

It will […]

The Importance of Patient Participation in Clinical Trials

By |June 24th, 2016|

One of the biggest challenges for clinical research is patient enrollment. The discovery of new therapies and better treatment options is highly dependent on the number of patients participating in clinical trials. However, a recent survey showed that only 35% of Americans indicated that they were “likely” to enroll in a clinical trial. Additionally, only […]

Inspire Hope for Clinical Trials with Ideathon!

By |June 10th, 2016|

CISCRP and INC Research are teaming up to host the “Inspiring Hope” Ideathon. The Ideathon is a ground-breaking competition that creates an opportunity to raise greater awareness for clinical trials. Open to industry leaders, health advocates, and anyone with an interest in helping medical progress, the event aims to discover radical and effective new methods […]