How Advocacy Groups Are Using the Internet to Target Patients for Disease-specific Recruitment

By CenterWatch
Published: November 2010

While the clinical research industry continues to seek innovative solutions to this endemic and costly stumbling block, many disease-specific advocacy groups—fed up with the slow pace of recruitment and eager to find treatments for their constituents—have taken matters into their own hands. Most have turned to the Internet, and are putting the patient in the driver’s seat.

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