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Breaking the Demographic and Cultural Barriers to Patient Enrollment in Clinical Trials

Breaking the Demographic and Cultural Barriers to Patient Enrollment in Clinical Trials

Update: 2019-04-08
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Despite mandates that determinants of health and differences in sex be incorporated into clinical trials, some groups—such as minorities, women, and those of lower socioeconomic status—are still underrepresented. Drs. David T. Cooke, Loretta Erhunmwunsee, and Linda W. Martin discuss why diverse groups are important, how to improve clinical trial design, and strategies to enroll more broadly representative groups into clinical trials.

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Breaking the Demographic and Cultural Barriers to Patient Enrollment in Clinical Trials

Breaking the Demographic and Cultural Barriers to Patient Enrollment in Clinical Trials

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