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clinical trials specialist ken getz | Meeting the Minds

There's virtue in volunteering, he says

Clinical trials are key for advancing medicine, but many people don't realize its importance or don't think of volunteering, Ken Getz said. Clinical trials are key for advancing medicine, but many people don't realize its importance or don't think of volunteering, Ken Getz said. (Wiqan Ang for the boston globe)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / March 31, 2008

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A little over a year ago, a survey asked 900 people which of the following makes the greater contribution to mankind: A person who gives blood; a person who volunteers to take part in a clinical trial; a person who raises money for a charity by running in a race; or a person who donates an organ. (Full article: 822 words)

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