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African American men respond better to treatments for advanced prostate cancer in clinical trials

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March 26, 2019
  • By: Charlie Schmidt,

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Derrick
March 28, 2019

Medical research studies are an important part of developing potential future treatment options. Without them, progress in medicine would not be possible. If you are interested in participating in research studies https://www.aoacommunity.com is a free source of contract research organizations (CROs) whom are seeking participants to participate in clinical trials.

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