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Scripps Researcher Weighs in on Giving Study Participants Their Data

STAT News article looks at growing trend in clinical trials

An image of a Scripps researcher prior to weighing in on granting data access to study participants.

STAT News article looks at growing trend in clinical trials

Should people who participate in clinical trails get access to the personal data they contribute to the studies?


An increasing number of experts say they should, according to a recent article published by STAT News.


Scripps Health Chief Academic Officer and Scripps Translational Science Institute Director Eric Topol, MD, calls the trend "a powerful shift."


Read the STAT News article: More Research Volunteers Are Getting Their Medical Test Results. Should We Cheer -- Or Worry?

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