Two populations in the United States – one in Altoona, Pennsylvania, the other in Atlanta, Georgia – of similar incomes, but different racial backgrounds, were enrolled in a mock clinical trial to gauge participation given several variables. Some similarities, such as requests for background information, arose in both populations. But differences in requests for amenities such as child care to allow for patients to make required visits differed. http://bit.ly/2uJvvBV
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