Recruiting People In

Clinical trials suffer from a dearth of participants, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Only some 10 percent of people in the US participate in clinical trials and only between 3 percent and 5 percent of cancer patients partake in trials testing new treatments, Laura Landro writes at the Journal. Overall, she adds, about 40 percent of clinical trials don't recruit enough people.

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