A safe, secure way to get health support online

Being diagnosed with a health condition can be overwhelming. Inspire gives patients and caregivers a place to learn, share, and feel supported. 

At Inspire, we believe that together, we’re better.

“I recently found this forum while searching relentlessly for more info. I have already felt better reading some of your experiences and know that truly I am not alone.”

Where members feel
safe to share

Inspire is a moderated, permission-based environment. This gives visitors the freedom and comfort to share their stories and seek information alongside other patients and caregivers.

In disease-specific community groups, Inspire members: 


Engage in their health journey, from diagnosis through treatment


Get information about clinical trials and research efforts


Share their stories to help further disease-specific knowledge

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“You all are my inspiration. I honestly don’t know what I’d do or how my state of mind would be if I hadn’t joined here. We are all in this together and I will be checking in after my chemo infusion tomorrow.” INSPIRE MEMBER
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For clinical trials

Reach eligible patients and shorten enrollment timelines

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For market research

Capture the true
patient perspective

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For marketers

Connect with patients during key decision-making moments

From self-care to healthcare,
find it in an Inspire community

Our communities include:

Headache and Migraines

Brain Tumors, with the American Brain Tumor Association

Bone Health and Osteoporosis, with the Bone Health & Osteoporosis Foundation

Scleroderma, with the National Scleroderma Foundation

Eczema Exchange



Invisible Disabilities, with the Invisible Disabilities Association

Living with Asthma

Mental Health, with Mental Health America

Ovarian Cancer, with the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance

Lung Cancer Survivors, with the American Lung Association

Advanced Breast Cancer

Prostate Cancer, with ZERO–The End of Prostate Cancer

EOS Connections, with the American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders

Bladder Cancer, with the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network

Liver Disease, with the American Liver Foundation