Expert Video - Why is it important for Native Americans to participate in greater numbers in lung cancer clinical trials?
Lacey Running Hawk, MD, a family physician from the Lakota people at Standing Rock, discusses the importance of Native American representation in research, especially in lung cancer clinical trials. She discusses how trials of lung cancer treatments, screening, and diagnosis in Native people can help the Native community's health now and for future generations.
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