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One for All: The Opportunity to Make Patients’ Lives Better

“Patients are giving us their data, and we need to honor that by doing something that advances their disease, their cause, their power in the world.” – Jamie Heywood This week marks the fourth and final installment of our latest video series, which explores what the recent changes at PatientsLikeMe mean for you as well …

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One for All: How Medical Research Is Changing Right Before Our Eyes

“I think what’s really exciting is the scale we’re operating under.  My PhD was conducted with 80 patients.  Last week, I got survey responses from 4,000 patients in a week.  That is unparalleled power in the research world.” – Paul Wicks, PhD This week marks the third installment of our latest video series, which explores …

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One for All: Walking the Road Ahead with Both Patients and Industry

“You’re the patient who’s taking the medication. But industry can act almost like a friend who’s walking with you. And that relationship has never been the case in healthcare. Never.” – David S. Williams III Last week, we kicked off our latest video series with an interview with President and Co-Founder Ben Heywood about the …

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One for All (Video): The Road Ahead at PatientsLikeMe

“We’re just getting started on a long road to really impact your individual disease and your quality of life…” Each week this month, we’ll be posting a video interview with a member of the PatientsLikeMe executive team.  You’ll hear from Ben Heywood, Jamie Heywood, David S. Williams and Paul Wicks, Ph.D. about what the recent …

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One for All: The Road Ahead with PatientsLikeMeInMotion™

This Spring, as you’re out at disease-related fundraiser events, take note of the people in those bright blue t-shirts walking, running or biking by your side. Those are patients like you! Since its launch in 2009, more than 1,700 people (including patients, friends and family members) have taken part in the PatientsLikeMeInMotion™ program to raise …

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One for All: Ways You Can Share, Find and Learn at PatientsLikeMe

When patients join our site, a common question we get is, “Now that I’ve signed up, what can I do here?” One answer is that you can chart the real-world course of your disease and compare it against other patients. But that sounds a little complex, doesn’t it? If we break it down into simpler …

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One for All: A Cross View of Patient Sharing

With more than 82,000 patients on PatientsLikeMe, there’s a lot of information being shared with one another.  Last month, we highlighted how your sharing affects the experience of many on our site (One For All series). Today, we continue that theme by taking a look at information being shared across all of our communities that …

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One for All: A PatientsLikeMe Year in Review (Part 1)

Thanks everyone for a great 2010.  As we kick off the New Year, PatientsLikeMe would like to take a quick look back at the road we’ve traveled together this year.  We think of all these improvements as laying the groundwork for even more exciting changes to come in 2011. At the start of 2010, we …

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One for All: Interview with Babsie (Fibromyalgia Community Welcomer)

To close out this week’s blog series (“One for All”), we bring you an interview with another noted “welcomer” from our Fibromyalgia community.  Meet Babsie.  A member of the 19,000-member community, she has commented on hundreds of patient profiles to date (which is highlighted in a graphic on Jeff Cole’s earlier blog here).   Read …

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