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Month: December 2015

Champagne with Pomegranate Seeds

2015 Year in Review

December 23, 2015

Grab a cup o’ kindness, we’re reflecting on our most memorable moments from 2015! With each year’s end comes the chance to look at back at all we’ve achieved thus far. From internal growth to significant press to collaborative efforts, we are pleased to present our biggest accomplishments and milestones this year: February 2015 – […]

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Blood Sample in Test Tube

The Philanthropic Patient

December 17, 2015

Studying patient attitudes toward the use of biospecimens and associated data for medical research is certainly nothing new. Hundreds of studies have been conducted on patient preferences regarding the use of both clinically-derived remnant samples, collected for medical testing that are leftover once testing is complete, as well as research-derived samples, that are collected for […]

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Patient Attitudes on the Use of Clinical Biospecimens for Medical Research

December 15, 2015

iSpecimen commissioned research by an independent third party with the primary goal of understanding how willing Americans are to allow their remnant clinical specimens to be used in medical research. Enter your information below to receive our new white paper on patient attitudes. Request a Quote

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Depressed Man

The Festival of Light (Therapy)

December 10, 2015

As we continue through the holiday season, this week marks Hannukah, the 7-day 8-night Jewish “festival of lights”. Interestingly enough, the power of light was recognized broadly in the news this week. A major study published in JAMA Psychiatry indicates for the first time that light therapy might be helpful for depression in general – […]

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Proteomics & Geonomics Researcher

World AIDS Day & an Unexpected Way to Give

December 1, 2015

Today is World AIDS Day and Giving Tuesday, and with the two falling on the same date, we couldn’t think of a better donation cause than giving your biospecimens to medical research. After all, not all giving has to come from your wallet; donations can also come from allowing use of your remnant specimens to […]

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