Women In Clinical Studies

“It's really important for women not just to be part of the system, but to be part of the system at the higher level," says Dr. Ana Viamonte-Ros, Medical Director of Palliative Care & Bioethics with Baptist Health South Florida. The specialist also says for women It's important to be part of clinical studies and their payment too, because women need to be compensated fairly. Women are significantly underpaid compared to men, she affirms.

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