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The Wall Street Journal reports on innovative approaches to getting people to enroll in clinical trials, including one that it describes as "a sort of medical matchmaker that is gaining wider usage: EmergingMed, a for-profit service that connects patients to cutting-edge clinical trials." Let's hope one of these programs works. While they may not realize it, consumers are an essential part of the biomedical enterprise and new treatments can't emerge without them.

 

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