Ten years or more. That's how long it can take for a medicine to be approved. Doctors and their patients often don’t have access to a medicine during the approval period, even though it may already show promising results. myTomorrows is committed to improving access to treatment in development.
We want to ensure that patients don’t miss out on treatment options because of a lack of information and understanding or due to administrative barriers.
Different conditions that we can tell you about
Clinical Trials and Expanded Access Programs in our knowledge database
Countries where we have helped patients
Ronald Brus is a doctor and used to be the CEO of a major pharmaceutical company. When his father was diagnosed with lung cancer, he knew what to do. He had the knowledge and connections to access a treatment in development.
But his search turned out to be more complicated than he had anticipated, and the application process took a long time. Too long, in fact, as his father died before permission was granted. Ronald decided that this had to change. It had to be simpler, better and faster. This inspired him to found myTomorrows in 2012.
Our team is driven, caring, and determined. Many of us have personal experience with serious illness, so we understand the desire to know about all available options when diagnosed with a medical condition.
While we come from different backgrounds and disciplines, each member of our team contributes expertise...
Do you want to contribute to our vital mission of improving access to treatments in development? At myTomorrows, we are constantly looking for passionate people with ambition. Go-getters with a medical, pharmaceutical or technical background who want to use their knowledge and skills to help people.
Our commitment, our talents and our innovative technology platform allow us to make the difference for doctors and patients worldwide. Take a look at our job openings.
myTomorrow’s services are free of charge for both patients and doctors. Using our own intelligent search engine, our medical team helps to find potential treatments in development.
We also support the manufacturer of the medicine when it comes to legislation, regulations, distribution and monitoring safety and effectiveness. If the treatment has to be paid for, we help obtain compensation for the costs.