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For Patient Advocacy Groups, a Broader Role in Drug Discovery
By Anette Breindl
Monday, June 25, 2012
BOSTON In the mid-20th century, a cancer patient could die without ever hearing his or her diagnosis. Many doctors, in fact, considered that the ethical thing to do. Since patients had no voice in their treatments, why saddle them with the knowledge of their diseases which, at the time, could carry considerable social stigma?
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