[ Inglés] Understanding My Type of Lung Cancer: How a Clinical Trial Can Help

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Why is there such a push for participating in clinical trials?  Clinical trials provide new treatments, new advances and access to future medicine today.  Meet Mary Henningfield, Director of Science and Education at Free to Breathe.  Free to Breathe is dedicated to erasing barriers to clinical trials.  As Mary points out, every lung cancer patient should get involved in their personalized care, because no two lung cancers are alike.

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