Connecting Patients to Clinical Trials

Developing innovative technologies and media for facilitating patient recruitment

TrialX enables...

Patients

such as Cinda to find trials for herself and her loved ones

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Investigators

such as Jennifer to complete her clinical trial recruitment on time

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Hospitals

such as the Cleveland Clinic to create a centralized trial listing and recruitment tool

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Non-profits

such as the MMRF to create awareness for research and trials

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Why customers love TrialX.

Innovative Technology

Developed using an award winning semantic technology that matches patients to trials using their full-clinical record and clinical trial inclusion/exclusion criteria. Recently, we developed another novel interactive question/answering technology (winner of the 2011 NCI/Health 2.0 Developer Challenge) that guides and connects patients to research site using live calls

Great User Experience

At TrialX, we develop tools that we'd like to use. We continually refine the user interface and the flow to make it even easier for our customers to do their tasks effectively.

Customer Service

We Listen. We listen to what our customers say and often we fix/add features even before they tell us. The secret sauce of our awesome customer service is that we also "listen" to DATA. We mine access logs, error logs to solve problems before they arise (sort of like the Minory Report!)

I have been very pleased with the recruitment effort of TrialX for my research studies. They have been very diligent in finding qualified subjects in a reasonable time frame. I would definitely recommend their services to clinical research sites.

Dr. Arthur Waldbaum MD
  • Sorry my post is so late this weekend.  I got caught up in enjoying Saturday; going to the farmer’s market with Pattie, cleaning the pool, cooking dinner and watching Wisconsin win another nail biter against Arizona to got the the NCAA Final Four in men’s basketball for the second year in a row. Yes, I’ve […]
  • Last night I had the opportunity to interview one of the busiest stem cell transplant experts in the United States: Dr. William Bensinger from Seattle.  I try not to ask personal medical questions during my interviews.  But now is not the time to stick to shy and stick to the script! My first two questions […]
  • I’m excited about tonight’s Cure Talks broadcast.  A panel of experienced patients and I will be speaking with Dr. William Bensinger, Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, and director of the Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.  I believe his medical group at Hutchinson does more stem cell transplants than […]
  • At the end of Saturday’s presentations I shared something very personal with our group. I wrote a five part series of posts after I returned from seeing Dr. Tricot in Iowa.  To review, Dr. Tricot recommended that I immediately switch my current treatment regimen from pomalidomide and dex to Kyprolis, Cytoxan and dex.  Assuming it […]
  • I often call Jenny Altstom, who has developed the Myeloma Crowd web site and the Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative or MCRI, an energizer activist, but I think she has met her match with Pat Killingsworth.  Pat has a number of blogs, writes for the Myeloma Beacon, Myeloma Crowd, IMF, and MMRF.  He has published several books and put together a Beach Outing for the benefit of myeloma patients and [...]
  • We had patients and caregivers here from 23 different states last weekend–and speakers from as far away as California, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Boston.  I was so busy getting to know my new friends and trying to stay organized this weekend, I didn’t get a chance to take enough pictures.  Hopefully some of you can […]
  • I’m exhausted!  Hosting over a hundred friends for a long three day weekend takes a lot out of a guy.  We laughed, we cried–and everyone learned a lot, listening to 14  different speakers discussing topics ranging from experimental viral therapies to the benefits of medical marijuana. Of course I couldn’t have done it without the […]
  • Last night was amazing!  Listening to Danny Parker address the role of spirituality in our lives opened so many eyes.  Dr. Chanan-Kahn’s easy to follow presentation helped us all better understand how current myeloma therapies work–and the ways future therapies may help extend our lives. I was so busy greeting old friends, making new ones, […]
  • Crowd Care Foundation’s research initiative is underway.  36 researchers from a number of different countries submitted proposals that are designed to help late stage, high risk multiple myeloma patients like me.  High risk?  I thought I was “low risk.”  Let me explain. The theory is that once a myleoma patient has relapsed several times they […]
  • GREAT NEWS!  Weather forecast this weekend is for sun and 80 degrees.  Jacksonville’s metro newspaper, The Florida Times Union, was kind enough to run an article online and in print about this weekend’s event.  Reporter Beth Cravey didn’t just run our press release; she took the time to interview me and put a different spin […]
  • More evidence that curcumin may help slow multiple myeloma.  Did you know that the spice derivative acts as a blood thinner?  I didn’t.  For those of us taking blood thinners like warfarin and Xarelto, I’m wondering if high doses of curcumin alone might be enough to help prevent blood clots caused by IMiDs? And is […]
  • Following Takeda’s lead with sub-q Velcade, Genmab hopes that their new immunotherapy, daratumumab, will work sub-q, too.  I like it!  These guys aren’t wasting any time.  Daratumumab isn’t even FDA approved yet: Genmab to initiate Phase 1 trial of multiple myeloma therapy Immuno-Oncology News – Leanor Mateus Ferreira March 13, 2014 Biotech company Genmab A/S […]
  • A patient with advanced or late stage prostate cancer may be given a variety of treatment options such as – hormonal manipulations, radiation therapy with or without hormones, bisphosphonates, palliative surgery with transurethral prostate resection (TURP) or just active surveillance. Nowadays, when patients are getting more and more involved in choosing their treatment methodology, these [...]
  • On March 26, 2015, 5PM EST our myeloma panelists Pat Killingsworth, Gary Petersen, Cynthia Chmielewski and Jack Aiello will explore the Allo transplant therapy for myeloma patients with Dr. William Bensinger. In our earlier broadcast on myeloma we learnt that Allogeneic transplants cannot be considered a standard of care yet. This time we will learn [...]
  • Pat’s Myeloma Beach Party is less than one week away!  We have registrants from 22 States and Canada!  There are still 6 spots left if you’d like to be impulsive and sign-up last minute.  And there’s no limit to how many can register for Crowd Care’s Beach Walk fundraiser Saturday morning.  Come on down! Here […]
  • Let’s wrap up this series of posts (for now).  Do I allow Dr. Tricot to hit my myeloma hard before, during and after a second stem cell transplant, or continue to follow an incremental approach that uses the least toxic treatment combinations possible?  I’m not crazy about either choice.  I believe there is a third […]
  • I rarely get writer’s block.  A reporter from the Jacksonville newspaper just emailed me a list of questions about our beach party event next week.  I answered them without giving it a second thought.  But writing today’s post has me stumped.  This is real life or death stuff. I’ve heard from several good friends over […]
  • Plain and simple, I’m exhausted!  We have company staying here at the house, I’ve come down with Pattie’s cough and beach party event planning is on overdrive.  I don’t have the time or energy to contemplate my disintegrating future now. I did get a chance to visit with my medical oncologist, Dr. Mathew Luke, for […]
  • My health care team is faced with a complicated dilemma.  On one hand, pomalidomide/dexamethasone therapy continues to whittle my numbers down; my M-spike has systematically dropped from 0.7 to 0.2 over a ten month period.   On the other hand, myeloma activity is steadily increasing in and around my bones.  Talk about mixed messages! Let’s […]
  • What did my test results show, and what does Dr. Tricot propose we do about it? I’ll be honest.  There’s a reason why doctors prefer to go over test results together, in person. Sitting with Dr. Tricot in Iowa City last week, things didn’t seem so bad.  He reviewed my test results and instantaneously developed […]