For Researchers - Search Now For Contributors - Join Now

Month: May 2019

Patient sleeping

Researchers advance blood testing for chronic fatigue syndrome

May 16, 2019

One of the hardest things about chronic fatigue syndrome is the stigma—the notion that it just might be all in your head. Chronic fatigue syndrome afflicts an estimated 800,000 to 2 million Americans and has no known cure. Symptoms include malaise, sleep problems, pain, dizziness and difficulty concentrating. The diagnosis, when made at all, is typically withheld until other diseases are ruled out.

Read More

Researchers try blood tests to improve clinical trial matching

May 9, 2019

Finding the right clinical trials for very sick patients may be getting more precise and timely.Rather than enrolling patients in a trial based on their cancer type or a biopsy conducted months or years earlier, researchers in the UK recently used blood tests to get an up-to-date profile of genetic faults in the blood of 100 patients. In 11 cases, the researchers used the data to enroll them into an available “molecularly matched” clinical trial.

Read More

In case you missed it! Transforming biospecimen procurement webinar update

May 2, 2019

We dove deep into the biospecimen procurement challenge in our first webinar, “From Chaos to Control: Transforming Biospecimen Procurement,” which we conducted last Wednesday but have recorded for you here.

Read More

   |   

The iSpecimen Marketplace

Search for Samples and Data Today

Create a login in seconds, for free, with no obligation. Gain immediate access to our real-time sample inventory today.

Already signed up?  Login to search our updated inventory.

Sign Up to Search the Marketplace