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The All of Us Research Program is building one of the most diverse health databases in history.
The study, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, will gather data on tecovirimat, or TPOXX.
Language barriers and a lack of diverse health care workers may be at fault.
Humans and companion animals get similar cancers, so clinical trials in dogs can lead to research in humans—and vice versa.
Latino children and those with public insurance had poorer survival even if they received the same treatment in clinical trials.
A study found that only 43% of clinical trials reported race and ethnicity. The FDA issued guidance to address these inequalities.
Cancer patients undergoing treatment and those with suppressed immune systems eye the future—and the COVID pandemic’s wane—warily.
“Over 40% of the vulnerable population in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a CVS Pharmacy location, so we have a chance to engage them.”
A potential treatment for certain mental disorders involves zapping a certain area of the brain with short bursts of electrical energy.
In clinical trials for personalized cancer treatments, Black and Latino people are routinely understudied compared with whites.
Lauded actor, activist and rap artist Common stars in a PSA to raise awareness about lung cancer research and clinical trials.
NIH-supported research will track effects of coronavirus infection on children over three years.
Kellie Smith, 52, lives in Austin with her husband and child. She has multiple myeloma.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation is promoting representation of Black, Latino, Asian, Indigenous and LGBTQ people in Parkinson’s research.
More than half of the therapies in positive industry-sponsored Phase III trials don’t help people with cancer live longer.
Why Black people are at greater risk for this dementia than their white peers.
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