How We Can Use the FDA’s 2022 Diversity Guidance to Make Our Clinical Trials More Inclusive
Catherine Gregor is the chief clinical trial officer at Florence Healthcare, a leading provider of clinical trial software that helps researchers collaborate and manage workflows and information. Based on her extensive experience in clinical research administration, Gregor explains how the recent US FDA guidance on diversity and inclusion in clinical trials represents a critical opportunity to make clinical research more inclusive and equitable.
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