October 11, 2016

Women in Clinical Trials: Nurses’ Appreciation

Juliana Ejedoghaobi was born with sickle cell disease, a condition in which the body’s red blood cells are sickle shaped. It slows or blocks blood flow to parts of the body, causing intense pain called “crisis.” Hear Juliana’s story about how her nurses played a big supporting and influential role during her time in the clinical trial.

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