The world of patient advocacy and information sharing is shifting every day, and sometimes in a really cool way. One major change that is taking off are the voices of celebrities in advocacy. It’s really inspiring to see celebrities using their platforms for a good cause and to raise awareness for patients that may otherwise… Continue reading Celebrities and Advocacy – a Trend Worth Keeping?
“Ignorance is bliss” is a common saying that holds true in many aspects of life, including health. However, your health journey is only bliss until you receive an unanticipated diagnosis. I was 15 when my ignorance ran out as two painful words emerged from my father’s doctor saying “it’s cancer”. With those two words, the… Continue reading A Diagnosis that Changed My Life: Reflections from Danny Scott
Ever wonder how you can make your brain work better outside of proper sleep hygiene, eating healthy, and keeping active? Well we have 4 super easy tips you can start this World Brain Day that are sure to make your brain happy! 1) Get a Routine Remember when you were learning to drive and every… Continue reading 4 Best Practices to Help Your Brain Live Its Best Life!
Earlier this month, our team exchanged stories about what careers we imagined we would have when we were younger. A few team members said they wanted to be an athlete, some said an astronaut and several mentioned a veterinarian. But for me? This was something that I considered often, even from a young age. I… Continue reading Reflections from Lucia Mujica, Leapcure Operations Specialist & Working Mom
Our Mission: Impactful medical breakthroughs for everyone, with everyone. Our Vision: Leapcure is a global team of thought leaders who elevate patient interactions to progress research for all. We do this with a purposeful, brave culture that deeply connects to each of our personal values. Through innovative technology and empathetic conversations, our impact is limitless.… Continue reading Announcing Leapcure’s Mission and Vision
“The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” – Maya Angelo The need for community is something baked into all us, literally woven into our most basic needs. When we look at patient and caregiver support, that need becomes even… Continue reading Why I Work to Support Advocacy, by Rebekah Puleo￼