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We connect people with health conditions to medical researchers, healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, legislators, journalists, and bloggers.

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Depression Survey

Survey on Your Depression Treatment Journey

The ‘invisible illness’ of depression is very real, and it’s very treatable. Take our survey to let us know how long it took before your depression treatment plan was effective for you. Answer questions such as: how many medications (and dosages) did you

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Liver Cancer Patient Project

Help educate the health care community about Liver Cancer. If you’re battling liver cancer, then you’re all-too-familiar with the lack of disease awareness surrounding this less-common cancer. Many of those diagnosed did not even know they were at risk. With your help, we

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Share your Lung Cancer Story

Lung Cancer Patient Council Project

What do you wish people knew about YOUR lung cancer story?  If you’ve been diagnosed with lung cancer, you’re likely familiar with the lack of public disease awareness surrounding this condition. It’s often overlooked as the #1 deadliest cancer in the U.S. With

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