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Recruiting Diabetes Subjects The disconnect coordinating and connecting interested patients to clinical trials is an ongoing struggle.

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The clinical trial search process by and recruitment for patients needs to be continuously updated and improved. In addition to gaining input from patients to simplify and enhance their search options, developers should share these tools with healthcare providers and their staff to integrate patient recruitment into the clinical encounter.

Neil Warnock,* MD, MBA, MS, is CMO at Corengi, e-mail:
and Ryan Luce, PhD, is President at Corengi, 7054 Mary Ave. NW, Seattle, WA.

*To whom all correspondence should be addressed.


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