For today’s video, we were blessed to have Dave deBronkart, otherwise known as e-patient Dave, through his Twitter and his blog. He is also author of a brand new book, Laugh, Sing and Eat Like A Pig which I am downloading on my Kindle as we speak. Dave beat stage 4 cancer by being an empowered and engaged patient, and he shares some of that in this interview. He is also a big advocate for clinical trials and offers excellent advice for those considering joining a clinical trial. Thanks a lot Dave!
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Thanks to today’s guest guru, Atul Sharma has a great deal of knowledge and experiences with clinical trials in India. This interview is very informative for those who would like to learn more about how clinical trials in India work and how the study participants there are treated compared to United States clinical trial participants. We just bring you the facts here, stay tuned for Don’s follow up video on this topic. There are certainly a lot of issues with clinical trials being done in developing countries. Thanks Atul!
In this interview, we were joined by guest guru Sara Siegler . Sara has a lot of experience with oncology trials and offers great advice for all who are interested in oncology trials and clinical trials in general. The video was broken up into two parts. Part 1 is above and Part 2 is below. We hope you find this interview insightful!
In today’s post we are interviewing Alex O’Meara, author of the MUST READ book on clinical trials “Chasing Medical Miracles” I read his book in January of this year and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about clinical trials and how this industry operates in a practical, objective way. In this hour long interview we discuss all thing related to clinical research: studies done in poor countries, exploitation, studies done in the USA, and people’s good and bad experiences. Everything is covered in this must watch video!
In this video, Don and I interview Juli, who is a full time clinical research coordinator who has aspirations of one day becoming a physician as well as principal Investigator (study doctor). Get an exclusive glimpse at the experiences of an oncology study coordinator and get a better understanding of clinical trials in general. Also stay tuned for more interviews with Juli in the future.