Black cancer patients say they're being skipped over for clinical trials
Many Black cancer patients say they’re not being offered the chance to join clinical trials at the same rate as other groups. The results of a new survey of Black cancer patients raise questions about institutional bias in cancer treatment.
Here & Now‘s Celeste Headlee speaks with Angus Chen, a reporter for STAT.
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