Clinical Trials

Click-for-a-Cause Raised Awareness and Donations for Cancer, Diabetes, Asthma, and More

By |June 11th, 2015|

Last Week’s Monday Madness Challenge: Click-for-a-Cause!
Our CureClick ambassadors’ share efforts during last week’s “Monday Madness” challenge helped raise over $500 to help non-profits advance important medical research!

What is Monday Madness?

Every week on Monday we invite our CureClick Ambassadors to participate in a one-time, time-sensitive program that allows them to earn special rewards for performing a specific challenge […]

An Open Letter to the #LCSM Community

By |May 26th, 2015|

By Fabio Gratton, Co-founder & CEO, CureClick

Last evening my phone suddenly started beeping with alerts from our company’s Twitter stream, and as I scrolled through I grew increasingly concerned. Members of a certain healthcare community were frustrated by what they felt were “spammy” messages using their hashtag. These tweets included information about a lung cancer […]

The CureClick “Secrets to Success” Series

By |April 28th, 2015|

We often get questions from Ambassadors inquiring about keys to successful sharing through CureClick.  In an effort to provide you with credible, real-world insights, we have gone into our data to identify some of our most successful Ambassadors and provide you with their strategies to creating maximum impact on their community.

 

 

Our first featured Secrets to […]

Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinical Trial

By |March 31st, 2015|

The currently recruiting trial listed on CureClick for rheumatoid arthritis is a clinical study for a biosimilar medication. We have received several messages about this trial so we wanted to post some additional information:

According to the FDA, “Biosimilars are a type of biological product that are licensed (approved) by FDA because they are highly similar to […]

Let’s Talk Clinical Trials and Finding Cures #hachat

By |March 31st, 2015|

CureClick joins WEGO Health's #hachat this week to discuss important issues on clinical trial recruitment challenges, trial perceptions, fears, and benefits.