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Joseph M. Unger, PhD, on Patient Interest in Clinical Trial Enrollment: A New Analysis

2020 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

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Joseph M. Unger, PhD, of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, discusses study results showing that more than half of all patients with cancer, regardless of race or ethnicity, agree to take part in clinical trials, a finding that upends conventional beliefs. He talks about removing the barriers to help more patients participate (Abstract 92).



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