Opinion: Needed: a clearer explanation of why diversity in clinical trials is important
7 days ago - By STAT
Increasing the diversity of clinical trial participants is all the rage these days. The numbers tell the story: According to Food and Drug Administration data , in 2020 75% of trial participants were white, 11% were Hispanic, 8% were Black, and 6% were Asian. Given those numbers, regulators and sponsors are trying to broaden the recruitment of people from different racial and ethnic groups.
But one thing is missing: a clear explanation of why this is important.
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