Patient Stories

Taking part in a clinical study is a very personal decision. However, its impact has the potential to extend well beyond the individual. While some clinical studies can be potentially lifechanging for a single person, all studies help us learn more about how to make the world a healthier place for all.

We hope you enjoy the inspiring stories these people kindly shared about their individual experiences with clinical research. They are a constant reminder of the hope research can offer and the reason we come to work day after day.


Monica's Story

My world became a blur because of cancer. But now I have hope.

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Paul's Story

Paul Bowers Isaacson, London, UK, has faced a long journey, controlling Type 2 Diabetes, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, for the last 20 years...

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Tina's Story

In her early 20s, Tina Aswani Omprakash was a busy, young professional living in New York City. Her life was then derailed and “the rug pulled out from under her” when...

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TJ's Story

At the age of 25, T.J. Sharpe was diagnosed with melanoma, which was removed successfully. Years later, married and with two young kids, he learned his...

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Dayson & Erika's Story

At eight months old, Erika Judd’s son, Dayson, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF), a progressive genetic disease that causes persistent...

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Rob's Story

Rob was just wrapping up his college career at Syracuse University and was on his way to fulfilling his dream of playing in the NFL when he discovered he had a large brain tumor...

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