LIVE Webinar: Clinical Trial MythBusters

How Do Medicare and Medicaid Impact Clinical Trial Participation?

July 12, 2019



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An online audience of cancer patients and their care partners joined us virtually for a webcast to learn about the clinical trial process from experts.

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What’s the difference in coverage for Medicare and Medicaid for cancer patients participating in a clinical trial? Watch now as Mark Fleury gives a closer look at insurance policies and impact on patients.

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Can Medicare and Medicaid Patients Participate in a Clinical Trial?

What barriers to clinical trial enrollment do cancer patients on Medicare or Medicaid face? Tune in to hear Mark Fleury discuss the current state of trial participation and vital costs for insurance to cover.

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How Do Medicare and Medicaid Impact Clinical Trial Participation?

Can you participate in a clinical trial if you’re a patient insured through Medicare or Medicaid? Watch as clinical trial experts debunk common myths and misconceptions.

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Host & Guests
Host

Lung Cancer Community Manager, Patient Power


Guests

Policy Principal, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN)


Senior VP, Community Education and Chair, Diverse Cancer Communities Working Group, Sustainable Healthy Communities, LLC


Nurse Navigator, Baptist Memorial Hospital


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