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Every Cure Co-founder Dr. David Fajgenbaum addressed the audience at the Clinton Global Initiative 2023 Meeting by giving Every Cure’s Commitment to Action to unlock

Partnerships with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Flagship Pioneering, Lyda Hill Philanthropies, and Elevate Prize Foundation Will Accelerate the Discovery of Cures Hidden on Pharmacy Shelves

Board of Directors will lead the nonprofit organization on its mission of unlocking hidden cures. Share this

Research driven by patients with rare diseases is producing faster discoveries and treatments—and challenging long-held assumptions about knowledge production. Share this

Imagine feeling like you’ve contracted the flu, only to fall into a coma three days later. This was Gary’s reality, an experience he describes as

Have you read the story of David Fajgenbaum, a physician who was diagnosed with the rare disease called Castleman disease? Share this

An Angiosarcoma patient facing a grave prognosis found a lifeline in a repurposed PD-1 inhibitor, a treatment hidden in the medical literature for three years.

In a recent address to the Rare Disease Congressional Caucus, David Fajgenbaum, the co-founder of Every Cure, unveiled the organization’s mission to repurposing FDA-approved drugs

A patient’s life was saved after researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, Castleman Disease Collaborative Network, Medidata, and Every Cure, used artificial intelligence to use

Of course, AI was on everyone’s minds at the conference. However, it was the proof points and examples shared by leaders from multiple organizations that

The adoption of AI is accelerating across the entire CRO space as we start to explore the benefits of the tech. Whether being utilised for

Aspen, Colorado – David Fajgenbaum, co-founder of Every Cure and physician-scientist at the University of Pennsylvania, unveiled his ‘Big Idea’ to repurpose existing drugs for

New York, New York – Every Cure, a nonprofit organization dedicated to unlocking the full potential of existing drugs for the treatment of various diseases,

Every Cure has raised significant awareness over the last year and engaged with leaders across healthcare and government. In fact, Every Cure Co-Founders Grant Mitchell

We are very excited to have Dr. David Fajgenbaum as our student-selected keynote speaker on this momentous occasion of our 50th commencement ceremony. His impressive and

Miami, Florida – David Fajgenbaum, co-founder of Every Cure, delivered a presentation at the Elevate Prize’s Make Good Famous Summit, sharing his journey with illness

In September 2022, Fajgenbaum joined forces with longtime friend and fellow doctor Grant Mitchell, MD, and a group of experts at the University of North

Worldwide Clinical Trials (Worldwide), the industry’s leading global, full-service contract research organization (CRO), has partnered with Every Cure, a nonprofit organization that unlocks new, often

David Fajgenbaum is an immunologist and co-founder of Every Cure, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to unlock the full potential of approved medicines to

San Francisco, California – David Fajgenbaum, co-founder of Every Cure and physician-scientist at the University of Pennsylvania, announces First Life Saved with AI-Discovered Repurposed Medicine

Fajgenbaum was having his last rites read to him, and his family braced for his death from Castleman disease, a rare inflammatory illness that impacts

A 50-year-old patient battling life-threatening Castleman disease was provided adalimumab as a treatment of last resort following its identification by AI-guided discovery. Every Cure and

About a decade ago, David Fajgenbaum thought his life was over. He was a young, bright physician hoping to work in oncology in remembrance of

David Fajgenbaum has become a “man on fire,” determined to repurpose as many generic drugs as possible for diseases without approved treatments. Fajgenbaum, whose efforts

Two companies team up to combat rare diseases through drug repurposing, which was heavily informed by one doctor’s experience through unconventionally treating his Castleman disease

David Fajgenbaum, MD, was a college football player at Georgetown University in 2004 when his mother passed away from cancer. The loss inspired the athlete

As many as 7,000 rare diseases affect 300 million people globally. The vast majority are not well understood, and less than 5 percent have approved

Dr. David Fajgenbaum is not afraid to think outside the box and that is what saved his life. While in medical school, the former college

Chasing Every Cure

It was the night before April Fools’ Day, 2021, when Dr. David Fajgenbaum received the text: President Clinton read your book and would like to

The Philadelphia physician has the distinction of researching – and solving – his own rare disease. Learn more about this prolific advocate for rare disease

For biotechs, the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference is about dealmaking in many forms—securing financing, establishing development partnerships, courting mergers and acquisitions—by wooing would-be partners and

Medable has announced a collaboration with non-profit Every Cure for conducting global, remote clinical trials for drug repurposing candidates. Every Cure was officially launched, in

Medable Inc., the industry-leading technology platform for patient-centered clinical trials, today announced a partnership with non-profit Every Cure, which officially launched in September in partnership

President Biden found a copy of the book “Chasing My Cure” on his desk, a gift from none other than former President Clinton. Share this

This week, an exciting interview from our archive airs on Oct. 8, 2022. A healthy young medical student, David Fajgenbaum, had been a student athlete

A new nonprofit backed by the Clinton Global Initiative aims to identify generic drugs that could help people with rare diseases. Every Cure is based

Approximately 75% of human diseases don’t have a single FDA-approved treatment. That fact nearly cost Dr. David Fajgenbaum his life, and at #CGI2022, he announced

Former President Bill Clinton is calling on governments, businesses, philanthropies and other prominent institutions to draw together and help a world that is “on fire”

A new nonprofit backed by the Clinton Global Initiative aims to identify generic drugs that could help people with rare diseases. Every Cure is based

Every drug on the market has multiple effects on the body, not just the one or two that won it approval. A new nonprofit aims to

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