We make sure the Curia app only shows data collected from reliable, validated sources. Such sources include regulatory bodies, clinical trial registries and hospital websites.
Once new treatments are approved, they will be visible in the app within 1-3 days. Clinical Trials are updated in near real-time.
All of our data is encrypted according to the highest industry encryption standards. We will not share any user data to third parties without the user’s consent.
We have different ways to make sure we keep the information in Curia as objective as possible. Treatments are sorted in alphabetic order and trials and experts are sorted by distance.
CURIA is unbiased in sourcing information, taking information from reliable official sources.
Cancer treatments approved for countries in which CURIA is available are in the app, including on and off-label therapies.
Experts available in the app are selected according to a broad range of criteria including time in practice, participation in scientific research, and institution type. The CURIA app includes oncology experts for all indications available in the app, and for all countries for which CURIA is available.
All clinical trials in phase 2 and 3 are available in the app, updated in near real-time. Some phase 1 trials are included when they are inherently combined with phase 2.