This blog has looked at Clinical Trial search tools previously. Some highlights included:
Also useful for non-clinician is the MedlinePlus page on clinical trials.
Trial-X does a couple of things differently.
First is that it seems Trial-X can gather your demographic information and diagnosis from your Google Health account or your Microsoft HealthVault account and apply it to your clinical trial search.
Second is that the search criteria one can apply is far more detailed than in any of the other search tools I’ve seen.
Then it maps your information on a grid to see if you’re a good match for the trials known to the system:
And if there’s no good match? Trial-X will email you if it finds one.
I’ve only given it a quick once-over, but it looks pretty neat. Anyone else tried it? Any insights?