The CenterWatch Monthly, July 2017

08:00 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | CentreWatch

Revisiting patient diversity in clinical trials Minority groups have historically been excluded from clinical research, an inequity that has led to well-documented public health problems in which therapies tested primarily in Caucasian patients do not work as well in other ethnic and racial groups. This problem is famously exemplified by Sanofi’s blood thinner Plavix, which […]

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