Lack of Trust Less of a Barrier to Clinical Trial Participation

Sep 20, 2017
By Applied Clinical Trials Editors

In a recent public opinion survey commissioned by Research!America, the percentage of respondents including African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians and non-Hispanic whites who cited ‘lack of trust’ as a reason why they do not participate in clinical trials declined, thus showing that most of them feel other factors contribute to low participation rates.

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