Clinical Trials: Essential to Cancer Progress

Video Library —July 2, 2018

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Clinical Trials
Danielle Carnival, PhD
Vice President, Biden Cancer Initiative, Washington, DC
Danielle Carnival believes that providing patients with the most up-to-date tools and resources about clinical trials is an essential part of doubling the rate of progress in the fight against cancer, and the Biden Cancer Initiative is focused on reaching a wide range of patients with this information.
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