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The Rise of the Social Patient: How Connected Patients are Changing Clinical Trials


When Jeri Burtchell entered a 2007 trial testing a first-ever MS pill, she feared the unknown, didn’t understand the medical jargon, and couldn’t tell if the informed consent was written in English or Klingon. She did what any well-intentioned, apprehensive patient would do: she searched the Internet.

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