FDA and NIH Launch CURE ID Crowdsourcing App for Patients with Infectious Diseases

 FDA and NIH Launch CURE ID Crowdsourcing App for Patients with Infectious Diseases

FDA and NIH Launch CURE ID Crowdsourcing App for Patients with Infectious Diseases

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  • The app is an internet-based repository which allows providers to report their experiences treating difficult-to-treat infectious diseases with novel uses of existing FDA-approved drugs via website, a smartphone and other mobile devices
  • The CURE ID app enables the crowdsourcing of medical information from HCPs to guide potentially life-saving interventions and facilitate the development of new therapies for neglected diseases
  • The app consists of a systematic collection of real-world experience which aid in identifying drug candidates for additional study, encourage drug development process and serve as a resource to HCPs for treating patients if no safe option is available

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