Many Black cancer patients say they aren't offered the chance at clinical trials, survey finds
U.S. · SCIENCE · CULTURE · POLITICS
June 6, 20221 min read105 words
Published: June 6, 2022  |  1 min read105 words
HICAGO — Nobody offered Stephanie Walker a clinical trial when she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Nobody talked to her about what her options might be in clinical trials. She didn’t have a nurse or patient navigator, either, who could guide her through the treatment...
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Jul 19
Article fails to address historic reason why black people are not asked to participate in clinical trials. For over thirty years, American culture has been inundated with horror stories about medical experiments on black people in the Jim Crow South such as the Tuskegee Experiments. Instead, readers are attacked with racial propaganda that is open ended yet placing sole responsibility to unconscious bias. The article is rubbish, do better.
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