A clinical trial is research that carefully tests new ways to prevent, diagnose, or treat diseases. It is a significant way to advance science and develop better therapies for patients with diseases similar to those treated in a clinical trial and patients who choose to participate.
This is a challenging time for everyone and many are searching for access to credible information and connection. Recognizing the urgency of the situation, including the growing gap between available resources and unmet needs, Bristol Myers Squibb and GRYT Health have launched the COVID Advocacy Exchange, a virtual platform to unite advocacy organizations, patients and industry in the exchange of information.
Bladder Cancer and Mental Health are very important address. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates 16 million Americans suffer from depression each year, and many are under-diagnosed and under-treated. Talk to your doctor about getting screened for depression
Read the latest article published by our clinical trial partner Antidote. More than 80,000 people in the US will be diagnosed with bladder cancer this year. Treatment options have come a long way, and now include surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy — but many come with less than desirable side effects, and bladder cancer may recur. Research in this area is critical.