PatientsLikeMe (PLM) is an online group where patients impart their own encounters to an illness, find different patients like them, and gain from one another. The organization was established by Jamie and Ben Heywood when their 29-year-old sibling was determined to have ALS or Lou Gehrig's illness. In under five years, PLM has developed to 15 understanding groups where more than 80,000 patients examine 19 illnesses. In December 2010, PLM is talking about its arranged dispatch of a General Platform that would grow the quantity of sicknesses secured from 19 to more than 3,500. Is it the right move, and what does PLM need to do to make it a win?
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