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Transforming Unstructured Social Media Content to Meaningful Insights: A Three-Prong Strategic Offering to Discover, Engage, and Accelerate Research
Inspire is an organization that has developed and provides an online community for health that connects patients and caregivers in a safe permission-based manner. The online network allows members to connect around the globe to serve as resources for one another, sharing health information, and providing support without regard to location, background or status. [The Journal of Precision Medicine]
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Sharing experiences to level the healthcare playing field
Amanda Barrell speaks to Alfred Samuels on his experience of prostate cancer and diversifying clinical trials to include the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community. [by Amanda Barrell]
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Online Patient Communities Grow Up – A Conversation with Brian Loew, CEO of Inspire
Greg and Brian talk about what it takes to keep an online patient community thriving for over 15 years, and how Inspire has become an invaluable resource for patients to channel their efforts into advancing science. [Data Points with Greg Matthews]
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Being part of the conversation: Turning patient engagement to patient centricity
After three brushes with cancer, Robert Weker understands the patient journey more than many – and he is determined to put that experience to good use. [by George Underwood]
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The One With Brian Loew
Today, on the show, another fantastic “Wayback machine” episode with Brian Loew, CEO of Inspire. Brian is of the early adopter pioneers of what we now call digital health... [Out of Patients with Matthew Zachary]
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Pfizer Turns to Health Social Network to Find Patients With Rare Lung Cancer Genetic Variants
In the pursuit of new genetic targets for lung cancer treatments, researchers at Pfizer have teamed up with Boston Children's Hospital, genetic research company Citizen Genetics, and Inspire, a social network for patients and caregivers, to recruit difficult-to-find patients who may have a genetic resilience to the disease.In the pursuit of new genetic targets for lung cancer treatments, researchers at Pfizer have teamed up with Boston Children's Hospital, genetic research company Citizen Genetics, and Inspire, a social network for patients and caregivers, to recruit difficult-to-find patients who may have a genetic resilience to the disease. [Data Points with Greg Matthews]
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Toxic positivity and grief: The reality of living through cancer
Author and journalist John-Manuel Andriote has spent much of his career writing about the impact of HIV/AIDS – a job that became much more personal when he himself was diagnosed in 2005. He tells pharmaphorum about the importance of resilience in coping with a serious illness. [by George Underwood]
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Empowering People with ‘Super Genes’ to Help Unlock New Treatment Pathways
Living among us today are people who carry “super genes” with variants that make them resilient to certain diseases. Some successful medicines mimic these genes, such as a new bone-builder that is based on families with genetically strong bones. [by Breakthroughs Staff]
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Inspire introduces program to foster research collaboration
The Inspire Research Accelerator is designed to let academic researchers anywhere in the world to collaborate with the company. [by Jenni Spinner]
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Dana Deighton: Esophageal Cancer Patient and Persistent Activist For Her Own Survival
Dana Deighton, an esophageal cancer survivor, shares her diagnostic odyssey of false starts and life-threatening detours. [by Steve Smith]
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