Black patients with metastatic breast cancer often not informed of clinical trials

Most Black patients with cancer reported a somewhat or very high likelihood of considering clinical trial participation, yet many had not been informed of the opportunity to enroll onto a clinical trial, study results showed.
Stephanie Walker, BSN, project lead on the Black Experience of Clinical Trials and Opportunities for Meaningful Engagement (BECOME) project for the Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance, presented the findings of the patient-led research initiative Thursday during a virtual press briefing ahead of ASCO Annual Meeting.
“Among all patients with breast cancer, 15% are

Most Black patients with cancer reported a somewhat or very high likelihood of considering clinical trial participation, yet many had not been informed of the opportunity to enroll onto a clinical trial, study results showed.
Stephanie Walker, BSN, project lead on the Black Experience of Clinical Trials and Opportunities for Meaningful Engagement (BECOME) project for the Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance, presented the findings of the patient-led research initiative Thursday during a virtual press briefing ahead of ASCO Annual Meeting.
“Among all patients with breast cancer, 15% are