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CureCrowd: The Internet's Antidote To Unreliable Medical Advice

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The World's First Medically-Guided Search Engine Provides Reliable, Crowd-Sourced Medical Condition and Treatment Information

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CureCrowd, the first and most advanced medically-guided search engine, is helping patients receive reliable answers to their questions about medical conditions or treatments.  By arranging a myriad of online records and medical surveys into statistical data, CureCrowd researches, compares, and compiles all modalities of treatment for a given ailment into one, easy-to-access, standardized study.  Now, unbiased and trustworthy medical condition and treatment information is available to any person with an Internet connection. 

By providing a simple visual evaluation (i.e. graphs) of medical results for a given condition or treatment, CureCrowd eliminates the need to comb through millions of unnecessary or unsound medical information and opinions ever again. Users simply type their medical condition or treatment into CureCrowd's search bar to instantly receive authentic, impartial results, which are provided by users and verified by medical professionals.  Since CureCrowd is a primarily crowd-sourced website that is managed by medical professionals, users are able to receive the valuable support and feedback from peers in their position, without sacrificing the security and safety that comes with a doctor's oversight.   

"In our modern world, it is not uncommon to 'run a search' the minute we are diagnosed with a condition or prescribed a treatment plan," says Dr. Charles Rocamboli, emergency physician and developer of CureCrowd.  "The issue: this can lead to incongruence between the healthcare information we access and the chosen treatment plan.  My intention with CureCrowd was to bridge this gap by offering a feasible way to aggregate reliable treatment options based on the actual experiences of other patients."

CureCrowd works by garnering original information and experiences of patients via surveys and their online treatment or ailment suggestion process.  Once data is collected, the CureCrowd Board of Medical Doctors follows up by reviewing and validating the information before its inclusion in the site's comprehensive database. 

"I, very simply, wanted to supply an even playing field for patients seeking answers to their medical questions.  Too many medical sites are one-sided and lacking in actual patient experience, while completely patient-run ones fail to provide the security that comes with professional oversight," says Dr. Rocamboli.  "CureCrowd meets somewhere in the middle, offering both reliable and impartial medical insight."

CureCrowd's standardized study considers a wide range of treatment plans, from billion dollar pharmaceutical drugs to naturopathic home remedies. Motivated by nothing more than a desire to provide quality-controlled medical data to the masses, CureCrowd aims only to deliver the best possible information to aid what ails. 

For more information please visit www.CureCrowd.com.

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