The Repurposing Of All Drugs, Mapping All Paths (ROADMAP) project was spearheaded by the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network (CDCN) to create a resource that would provide guidance for rare disease organizations seeking to pursue drug repurposing, based on real world experiences. Its aim was to identify all the paths that can be taken to repurpose drugs, highlight the roles of various stakeholders, and centralize information on how to do this most effectively.
Learn more about ROADMAP project’s goals, data collection methods, data analysis approaches, preliminary research findings, and how the ROADMAP tool was created through synthesizing insights.
Utilize the ROADMAP tool, designed to help support rare disease organizations in their pursuit of drug repurposing. It is formatted into a 5-step easy-to-follow process, with potential roadblocks highlighted at every stage.
Explore the ROADMAP survey data through interactive data visualizations and gain valuable insights into the perspectives of stakeholders, including rare disease organizations, patients and loved ones, researchers, and physicians.