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What Matters to Families: Knowing Who We Are (2003)
"Rebecca Lilly died at age 16 after a six-year battle with brain cancer. Rebecca's parents and siblings relate their relationships with the health care system and express needs and concerns often identified by families ...
Clinical Trials Education Series (2001)
This CD-ROM contains a collection of resources designed to educate cancer patients, health care professionals, and the general public about cancer clinical trials. The disc contains written resources and slide programs ...
Human Experimentation: From Tuskegee 1932 to Today (April 27, 2005)
Mary Starke Harper, Ph.D., R.N., was a student nurse during the federally-funded study of untreated syphilis among African American men in Tuskegee, Alabama. When she spoke about the history of human experimentation at the ...
Entering a Clinical Trial: Is It Right for You?
This program introduces the purpose of clinical trials and describes the way in which trials are carried out. In this program the focus is on cancer clinical trials but the information provided describes the conduct of ...
Ethics in the Age of Bioterrorism (2005)
This program addresses the ethical complexities that public health workers, medical professionals, and other professionals face when public health emergencies occur -- whether they are caused by natural disasters or man-made ...
Cancer Clinical Trials: An Introduction for Patients and Their Families (2001)
A video introduction for patients who may be deciding whether to participate in a cancer clinical trial. The video also provides information for patients' families. A short guide for health care professionals comes with ...