Expert Video - What historical events have impacted Black Americans' involvement in clinical trials?
Janine Harewood, MD, a medical oncologist from Fort Myers, Florida, describes events in Black American history leading to low clinical trial participation in Black communities. Events in Black history such as the Tuskegee study have led to clinical trial regulation for safety and privacy of clinical trial volunteers.
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