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January 27, 2020

It’s About Time: Returning Study Results to Participants

One of a series of live panels recorded at the WCG Patient Advocacy Forums in Washington D.C. in October, 2019.

When people participate in clinical trials, they want to see overall results as well as individual ones. But most rarely do. How can we make this an expectation for study conduct? 

Behtash Bahador, associate director of CISCRP, took on this topic with Seth Rotberg, who has tested positive for Huntington’s disease, Rene Roach, who lives with stage IV colorectal cancer, and Amy Joosten-Butler, living with Stage IV colon cancer.

Click the slides above, or download the PDF to read insights on this topic from patients, patient advocates, and industry leaders.

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