Case Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Monica Webb Hooper, Vice President for Research and Technology Management Suzanne Rivera discuss involving more diverse populations in research

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ideastreamMonica Webb Hooper, director of the Office of Cancer Disparities Research at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, weighed in on how clinical trials are important in understanding how interventions may help some conditions, but why some why African-Americans have been reluctant to get involved with such research. Suzanne Rivera, vice president for research and technology management, discussed how researchers may be able to get more diverse populations to participate in their work.