The New Illinois Bill that Removes Financial Barriers to Crucial Cancer Trials, Opening Them Up to More Minority Patients

Published Feb 26, 2020

The New Illinois Bill that Removes Financial Barriers to Crucial Cancer Trials, Opening Them Up to More Minority Patients

Nationally, less than 5% of cancer patients enroll in clinical trials, and only one third are people of color.

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