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Native American Heritage Month – Improving Access and Health Equity

During November, we embrace the cultural diversity of Native Americans while also recognizing the historical controversy and challenges they face. This total of almost 10 million people accounts for 2.9% of the entire United States population. Many Native communities, often residing on reservation lands, face steadily increasing obstacles such as limited resources, increased poverty, diminished access to healthcare services, and certain rare conditions.

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No-Shave November: Cancer Awareness Month

Through the month of November, “No-Shave” participants let their hair grow as a way to start conversations and raise money for cancer research. Participants pledge to donate the cost of hair grooming for the month – from several dollars for razors to hundreds for a hair salon visit – to fund cancer research and increase cancer awareness.

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CISCRP: Supporting Patient Diversity Campaign

Clincierge is proud to support CISCRP in a new educational initiative to increase awareness about clinical research and the level of understanding among minority communities across the U.S.We have united to circulate an informative full-page advertorial spread highlighting the key importance of diversity in clinical studies to discover treatments that are effective for everyone.

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Raising Awareness for Rare: October

Of the over 7,000 known rare diseases, only 5% currently have any form of treatment. With such staggering statistics, the need for increased awareness, education, and treatment options is imperative. This month we’ll be taking a deeper look at four rare diseases: Dysautonomia, Gaucher Disease, Niemann-Pick Disease, and Rett Syndrome.

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Newborn Screening Awareness Month: Creating a Federalized Screening Program

September is Newborn Screening Awareness Month Newborn Screening is a modern medical practice many believe to be the most successful public health program in United States history. Since the 1960s, every infant born in America receives a heel prick within the first 48 hours of life. The resulting dried blood is then tested for a …

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Reducing Barriers to Participation in Clinical Trials for Rare Disease

Research teams who appreciate the unique needs of rare disease patients and invest in a white-glove approach on behalf of trial participants can reduce barriers to participation. For sponsors, clinical study teams, and site staff, this means easier patient recruitment at the beginning of a study and fewer dropouts throughout the duration of the trial—with …

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Voice of the Patient Research

View the results of our recent research to explore how effective patient support strategies can reduce barriers, increase retention, and improve outcomes in rare disease clinical trials in our latest eBook.

Voice of the patient