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Webinar - How to access treatments in development for chronic pain?

This is the first of a series of educational webinars for the community of patients living with chronic pain, organized by FindMeCure Foundation and the Chronic Pain Ireland with support from the International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations.

This webinar aims to explore how treatments in development can be accessible for all patients living with chronic pain. Deirdre Ryan (Chronic Pain Ireland) will provide an overview of the situation of chronic pain in Ireland, UK and Europe. Maya Zlatanova (FindMeCure Foundation) will then explain the drug development process and how patients can benefit from it through participation in clinical trials. She will also provide examples on how to find and take part in clinical trials related to chronic pain conditions, such as Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Neuropathic Pain, etc.

Location: Webinar

This is the first of a series of educational webinars for the community of patients living with chronic pain, organized by FindMeCure Foundation and the Chronic Pain Ireland with support from the International Alliance of Patients’ Organizations.
This webinar aims to explore how treatments in development can be accessible for all patients living with chronic pain. Deirdre Ryan (Chronic Pain Ireland) will provide an overview of the situation of chronic pain in Ireland, UK and Europe. Maya Zlatanova (FindMeCure Foundation) will then explain the drug development process and how patients can benefit from it through participation in clinical trials. She will also provide examples on how to find and take part in clinical trials related to chronic pain conditions, such as Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Neuropathic Pain, etc.

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