• NEW Patientopedia™ Research Series

    In order to provide Professional Medical Information directly to patients, we are launching the Patientopedia™ research series that provides a clear evidence-based path to successful treatment faster (See Patientopedia.com).

    To achieve this, our expert team conducts in-depth research of the latest medical research to visually present patients with the best treatment path based on the latest professional guidelines.

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  • Clinical Research for Medicine

    In order to evaluate current issues in clinical research, our team of experts access a wide array of proprietary and public resources to provide the most in-depth analyses available today.

    Our independent research helps medical professionals to organize and understand the extremely fragmented clinical landscape across research institutes, pharmaceutical & biotech companies, regulatory bodies, and global geographies.

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  • Scientific Research for Academia

    The world of scientific research is extremely complex and challenging. Through extensive background research, we are able to provide professionals with the key information to fully understand a broad array of bioscience research topics.

    Our research reports collate scientific data and present important findings in comprehensive yet accessible formats, facilitating a deep understanding of the key concepts emerging from basic and applied research today.

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  • Patient Disease & Treatment Reviews

    While patients are the ultimate focus of all medical research, there is a lack of independent sources for up-to-date objective reviews of the latest developments in many disease areas.

    Our expert reviews of the science and clinical data behind specific diseases, including current and emerging treatments, provides individuals with the information to fully understand their condition and to make well-informed treatment decisions.

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Independent and Objective Scientific and Medical Research Reviews and Analyses.

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NEW Patientopedia™

In order to provide Professional Medical Information directly to patients, we are launching the Patientopedia™ research series that provides a clear evidence-based path to successful treatment, using custom visuals for quick & easy understanding (See Patientopedia.com).

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MEDICAL RESEARCH

The current clinical research landscape is fragmented across institutes, companies, regulatory bodies, and global geographies. In order to fully understand current clinical  issues, we access a wide array of global sources to provide the most in-depth analyses available.

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ACADEMIC RESEARCH

The complex scientific research literature presents significant barriers to outside researchers. Through in-depth background reviews, our expert team identifies the key issues and findings relevant to professionals across a broad array of major academic research areas.

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PATIENT REVIEWS

Although patients are the ultimate focus of the medical community, the lack of comprehensive and objective treatment information makes truly informed patient decision-making challenging. Our expert reviews of treatments and diseases provides an important new resource to patients.

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It's a real challenge to keep up to date with clinical developments as there are so many drugs and conditions that I deal with on a daily basis. The Alzheimer's report was helpful as it gave a clear comparison of the efficacy of existing and emerging treatments.–Doctor Liang (New York, U.S.A)

There's a lot of information on brain tumors, but it's pretty hard to understand. For me, it was much easier to read the GBM report instead of figuring it out myself.  I liked the simple diagrams comparing treatments, and it was reassuring to see the sources of information on each page. –GBM Patient (HONG KONG S.A.R.)

The Type 2 Diabetes report was useful as it reviewed the latest clinical guideline updates. It's just a lot easier than having to read a lot of journal articles to get the same information.–Doctor NGAN (London, U.K.)