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African-Americans Are Being Encouraged to Learn More about Cancer Clinical Trials

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APRIL HAS BEEN DESIGNATED "NATIONAL MINORITY HEALTH MONTH"--AND IT'S THE MONTH WHEN WE OBSERVE "NATIONAL MINORITY CANCER AWARENESS WEEK".  THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE--THE NATION'S CHIEF GOVERNMENT-AGENCY FOR CANCER-RESEARCH AND -TRAINING--WANTS TO ENCOURAGE THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT CANCER CLINICAL-TRIALS.  RESEARCH SHOWS THAT MANY AFRICAN-AMERICANS WHO LEARN ABOUT CLINICAL-TRIALS ARE WILLING TO PARTICIPATE--WHEN THEY HAVE ALL OF THEIR QUESTIONS ANSWERED.  SO, ASK YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT THE OPTION OF A CLINICAL-TRIAL--AND START TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE HOPE AND PROMISE OF CANCER-RESEARCH FOR AFRICAN-AMERICANS, BY PARTICIPATING IN A CLINICAL-TRIAL.  INFORMATION ABOUT PROGRAMS THAT ARE AIMED AT ADVANCING BOTH CANCER-AWARENESS AND CLINICAL-TRIALS AWARENESS ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING THE N-C-I "CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE", AT 1-800-4-"CANCER"; THAT'S 1-800-422-6237.  OR, YOU CAN VISIT W-W-W-DOT-"CANCER"-DOT-GOV-SLASH-"LIFELINES".


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