Though we come from different places and walks of life, we’re able to identify with Blair, who doesn’t get to spend as much time baking with her grandmother as she used to because of her grandmother’s rheumatoid arthritis.
Whether or not we understood it then, each of us was also affected by a disease or illness growing up. It may have been personally or watching a family member or friend go through a tough time, but we all know the feeling of wanting to do whatever we can for those who need help.
And we continue to act on that feeling through our small role in clinical research. Whether it’s a new compound that slows the progress of cancer or a treatment that allows Blair’s grandmother to bake more with her granddaughter, we’re excited about being a part of the future of medicine.
It's not patient recruitment.
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