What's driving low enrollment in trials?

To address the problem of low enrollment in clinical trials, it helps to know what is preventing physicians and their patients from participating in the clinical investigations. Physicians at the University of Michigan say that the barriers include patients' poor access to trials, misalignment of financial incentives for would-be trial sites and spotty medical insurance coverage for patients who participate in the studies. Story

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