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When it comes to medical research, we aren’t all included – not the way we should be, and not the way we can be.

People of Color make up approximately 40 percent of the U.S. population, but are underrepresented when it comes to participating in clinical research. This lack of diversity and inclusion has only widened the number of healthcare disparities for us. That’s a problem, so let’s fix it. When you become informed about your health and opportunities to participate in clinical research, you also become empowered. By participating, you demand that you, your friends, your family, and future generations are represented. It’s long overdue – but together, progress can happen NOW.

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  21 April 2023

Lymphoma 101: What is it and could I be at risk?

What do the actor Mr. T and former professional football player Eric Berry have in common? The answer may surprise you. Unfortunately, they both were diagnosed with cancer – lymphoma, to be exact.  Lymphoma refers to a group of blood cancers that affect the body’s immune system.1 These cancers are generally not very common for […]

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