HypoGal shares in Episode #4, How Do You Find A Governmental Clinical Medical Trial?
In this podcast HypoGal shares her medical experience with a clinical study for Relapsing Polychondritis at the NIH aka National Institutes of Health.
In this HypoGal podcast you will learn how to find clinical trials from all over the world. You just need to go to the U.S. National Library of Medical webpage, ClinicalTrials.gov.
Once you are on the ClinicalTrials.gov type in your condition, location and then hit search. The site will provide you with a list of public and private clinical studies that pertain to the information you submitted.Read More
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How Do You Find A Government Medical Trial? Several people have asked me how do you find a government medical trial? My reply is to go online to this government website. The government website above is the homepage for the National Institutes Of Health Clinical Trials. The Clinical Trials webpage allows you to…Read More
The National Institutes of Health Wants Me, yay! The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has offered me the privilege to participate in their ongoing Relapsing Polychondritis study. For those of you who are reading this HypoGal Blog post and are not aware of who, what is the function or where is the National Institutes…Read More
Disability Resource List From Public Health Library Organization Medical Student Health/ Health References A medical student, Jennifer asked me if I would post a Disability Resource List. Jennifer noted that people with disabilities are often the most resilient among us. She has learned that many disabled people, their resilience develop from the lack…Read More
HypoGal’s How To References and Resources Index As I was searching the HypoGal Search Bar for information it became apparent that there should be a one page How To Index for HypoGal Website and HypoGal Blog Post. So, here it is HypoGal’s How To Index: How To Find Out If Your Doctor Has Any Malpractice…Read More