Are Gay People Excluded From Clinical Trials?

Concerns about gay discrimination expanded from matrimony or the military to a new corner of society this week: clinical trials for medical treatment. Experts at the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia worry that doctors may needlessly exclude gay men and lesbians from clinical trials that investigate a range of topics from cancer to diabetes and depression. A study of 243 clinical trials related to couples and sexual function after various medical treatments showed that 37 trials...Full Story
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