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A great read! Thanks for the work you do for humanity.
"it’s crucial that we streamline the process of clinical trials and regulation to help draw them out and scale them up, so everyone can benefit from them."
That resonates: I'm dying from squamous cell carcinoma, in part likely due to the slowness of the existing process: https://jakeseliger.com/2023/07/22/i-am-dying-of-squamous-cell-carcinoma-and-the-treatments-that-might-save-me-are-just-out-of-reach/#comments.
I'm in a clinical trial now, but the process of finding it and getting into it was (and still is) insane. My wife wrote about that: https://bessstillman.substack.com/p/please-be-dying-but-not-too-quickly. She was worried about the length and level of detail, though I argued anyone with the misfortune of needing a clinical trial will appreciate understanding the process.
Why didn't anyone tell me about the Wolbachia mosquitoes before? It's good to know about them now, at least.
Great work. Great read. Truly enjoyable!
I love your stuff, keep up the good work 💚 🥃
Useful and interesting. And great writing. Thanks for assembling!
A much needed newsletter that makes research more accessible. Would love to see you branch out to more topics, not just relegated to healthcare/biotech.
I'm a budding researcher myself and will soon be completing the first anniversary of my own newsletter (curated articles on geopolitics, finance, technology, startups, and more).
Would love to have a chat on research in general, how to build a newsletter, how do you manage to do so many awesome things, studying abroad, etc.
Please let me know if you're available.
P.S: I've already recommended your newsletter on the home page :)!