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The Latest In Clinical Trials
Over the past few months, we have learned more about how COVID-19 is affecting populations around the world. Since the initial cases in this country were reported in February, it is apparent that there is a disproportionate impact on members read more about How “You” Can Change the Future of Healthcare!
Facts are facts! Without higher levels of participation among African Americans, we will never unlock the root causes of the disparate impact of illnesses, diseases, and ailments plaguing black communities today. Every day that African Americans continue to live in read more about Should Black Americans Still Be Leary of Clinical Trials?
Research has shown that cancer patients in rural areas have lower survival rates than those in urban areas. For example, cancer death rates between 2011 and 2015 were 180 per 100,000 people in rural areas and 158 per 100,000 people read more about Your Cancer Survival Rate May Be A Matter of Participating in Clinical Trials, or Not
As most of you are aware, the treatment of HIV requires multiple drugs. Since the mid-nineties, the rule has been to use three drugs to control HIV, but sometimes that wasn’t possible if the patient was resistant to drugs read more about How Low Can We Go? A Clinical Trial Gives Hope For New HIV Drug Options
Sickle Cell Disease affects approximately 100,000 Americans, a large percentage being Black. If you or a loved one are fighting sickle cell disease, you are most likely curious about the latest progressions of treatments that will help manage your condition. read more about Experimental Drug Shows Long-Term Health Benefits To Sickle Cell Warriors
Do you truly know the benefits that can come from participating in a clinical trial? More of us know all the reasons of why it wouldn’t be a good idea, however discovering a cure for cancers and illnesses that are read more about Why Won’t Most Americans Join a Clinical Trial?