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October 4, 2009

HIV-Infected Adults from Minority Ethnic Groups are Willing to Participate in Research if Asked

"The strongest predictor of participation was being asked (RR 3.0; p<0.001). The majority of patients would agree (65%) or consider (30%) participating in a study if recommended by their PCP [primary care provider]. Being treated like a “guinea pig” was the most common (40%) concern of patients." Read more in AIDS Patient Care and STDs, October 2, 2009.