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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Athletics | Exercise

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Pregnancy

The process by which a female produces an offspring in their womb once the male and female zygotes have combined into a single embryo until birth.

Embryo

The offspring in the womb, from the moment 2 zygotes co-exist up until the 11th week of pregnancy, is medically referred to as "Embryo"

Fetus

The offspring in the womb, beginning on the 11th week of pregnancy, has graduated from "Embryo" to "Fetus"

Newborn

The offspring, now emerged from the womb and ending the female's pregnancy.

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Cancer

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Disease

An abnormality caused due to pathophysiological response to external or internal factors.

Disorder

A disruption in normal functioning of mind or body due to a disease, genetic factor or trauma.

Syndrome

A set or collection of various identifying signs and symptoms that characterizes a certain disease or disorder.

Condition

An abnormal state of physical or mental health that interferes with usual activities or the feeling of well-being.

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Food | Obesity

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Infections | Immune System

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Injury | Pain | Violence

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Medication | Treatment | Therapy | Surgery

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Mental Health | Wellbeing | Stress | Sleep

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Myths | Fake News | Science Mistrust

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Physical Health | Human Body | Sex

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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Racism | Inequality

What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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What brain cancer patients should know about clinical trials

May 20, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ashley Adile, Giancarlo Gillespie, Wale Adegorite and Sabahat Balaban
Addresses concerns of brain cancer patients and provides support and research-based knowledge about participation in clinical trials.

With the incidence of brain cancer on the rise, clinical trials are a great tool for the investigation of safety and efficacy of various drugs in the human system, with the propensity to prevent and rid patients of disease. Many aspects of this topic should be taken into account including the patients’ perspective, which can often become secondary to the drug’s success or marketability. This video focuses on the importance of clinical trials and resources available to brain cancer patients and their families from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As indicated by a 2017 study (DasMahapatra et. al), patients are willing to enrol into clinical trials upon receiving detailed information. This video addresses patients’ concerns and provides them with support and research-based knowledge to make an informed decision regarding whether they wish to participate in a clinical trial.

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