Therapeutic Reviews

Aids
Aids

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is the progression in severity of untreated or undertreated human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections. Read our therapeutic review about aids to learn more.

Diabetes
Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolically complex, chronic, and progressive disease. Read our therapeutic review about diabetes to learn more.

Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, and one of the most common cancers diagnosed overall. Read our therapeutic review about breast cancer to learn more.

Opioids
Opioids

Chronic pain is one of the most common conditions for patients seeking medical attention and opioids, often prescribed for chronic pain, are some of the most commonly abused drugs worldwide. Read our therapeutic review about chronic pain and opioid abuse to learn more.

Hepatitis
Hepatitis

Hepatitis is a condition resulting from inflammation of the liver cells and damage to the liver. There are different types and causes, but the symptoms can be similar. Read our Therapeutic Review to learn more about hepatitis.

Psoriasis
Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a non-communicable, chronic disease caused by an overactive immune system attacking the body’s skin cells. Learn more about psoriasis by reading our therapeutic review data sheet.

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Haemophilia

Haemophilia is a bleeding disorder in which clotting factor defi ciencies lead to bleeding in various areas of the body, with the most common types of bleeds being into the joints and muscles. Learn more about Haemophilia by reading our latest therapeutic review sheet.

Cataract
Cataract

M3 is active in recruiting for our client’s studies in the ophthalmology disease area. In 2016, we recruited over 13,000 respondents across 35 countries, for almost 100 studies and >50 clients. Most (68) were online quantitative surveys, 17 were qualitative only projects, and 11 included both study type activities.

Cystic Fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis

M3 is active in recruiting for our client’s studies in the pulmonary and pediatric disease area. In 2016, we recruited over 14,000 respondents for >220 studies with >150 clients across 67 countries. Most (143) were online quantitative surveys, 63 were qualitative only projects, and 16 included both study type activities. Cystic Fibrosis was the primary topic area in 9 studies among >725 respondents in 12 countries.

IBS
Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a complex, poorly understood condition which is estimated to affect up to 15% of the US population. The condition primarily affects women, but up to 25% of the ~30 million sufferers are men. IBS is frequently divided into three segments depending on the patients symptoms: IBS-C (constipation dominant), IBS-D (diarrhea dominant), and IBS-mixed (both constipation and diarrhea).

Renal Disease
Renal Disease

In 2016, nearly 5,000 physicians who treat renal disease participated in 78 research studies across 14 countries with M3. Most (45) were online quantitative surveys, 27 were qualitative only projects, and 8 were for both study type activities.

Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular Disease

M3 is active in recruiting for our client’s studies in the Cardiology space. In 2015, we recruited almost 21,000 healthcare professionals for over 230 studies across 20 or more countries. Surveys were completed primarily among hospital and nonhospital- based physicians in the Cardiologists / Cardiac Surgeons and Primary Care specialties.

Thyroid Disease
Thyroid Disease

M3 is active in recruiting for our client’s studies addressing the myriad issues and disease areas seen by Endocrinologists. In 2015 M3 studies alone, endocrinologists completed over 1,000 surveys across 50 plus studies and 24 countries.


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