The Rev. Neely Williams wrote an op-ed, published by The Tennessean, calling for a louder patient voice in clinical research.
“The harsh reality is this: If we are from a community or population that is consistently underrepresented in the clinical research process, we are expected to simply make do, to accept the knowledge gaps around our unique situation and hope for the best outcomes.”
In the article, she urges communities to build bridges of trust with the medical community and accept PCORnet’s invitation to make clinical research a two-way street.
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