For the foreseeable future, for most lethal cancers and progressive and fatal disabling conditions, the best treatments will come through clinical trials. Our database encompasses all actively recruiting US clinical trials (approximately 61,000 at any point in time).
The more we are able to inform and empower patients and their care team to enroll in the right trial for them, the more likely trials are to succeed. Making trial navigation easier leads to reduced time to making treatment decisions and enrollment, helping clinical trials reach enrollment faster. Patients enrolling in the better trial for their particular situation, rather than what pharma or other interests want, allows patients the best possible chance to treat their disease and heal from catastrophic illness.
A world with accessible clinical trials is a world with both better outcomes for patients and accelerated medical innovation. Because our subsite creation process is replicable and scalable, ClinWiki has the potential to become THE go-to source of accessible clinical trial information for all diseases for which there are trials. But we need YOUR help!
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We have a track record of successful subsite launch and execution with five disease areas and advocacy partners:
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) site in partnership with The ALS Association
- Brain Cancer site in partnership with the Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information
- Lynch syndrome (inherited condition that increases risk of colon, endometrial, and several other cancers) site in partnership with the AliveandKickn Hereditary Cancer Foundation
- Stomach Cancer site in partnership with Hope for Stomach Cancer
- COVID-19 site in collaboration with several partners
Having better trial information helps patients understand their eligibility and spend less time pursuing trials that are not a good fit.
ClinWiki is a 100% patient-focused organization, not beholden to government or commercial entities. Shaped by and for patients, genuinely agnostic, and complementary to existing resources, our truly open-source platform encourages users to give back to their communities in the form of knowledge and makes it easy to do so. At its core, ClinWiki is an accessibility service that removes barriers to care and contributes to the reduction of health disparities by providing medically vulnerable and disabled patients with access to clear, understandable clinical trial information, that is, for many, a matter of life and death.
We need partners to achieve this vision! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to partner with us.