"Scientists ignore the impact of cancer drug efficacy on..three major race groups."
The very individuals that the health care industry often fails to reach also get locked out of clinical trials to medicines that could save their life. It's a problem that a handful of startups are trying to solve as they bring clinical trials to homes and nearby doctor offices. Keerthi Vedantam has the story.
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Facebook will start reopening Silicon Valley offices in May.
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The line between tech and entertainment companies has never been thinner. Top Hollywood players are becoming software behemoths, major tech firms are tripling down on their content investments and a number of startups are finding new ways to blend the two worlds. From the very heart of this convergence between tech, media and entertainment in Los Angeles, we're launching "Intersect," a first-of-its-kind summit, held live virtually on Wednesday, April 28.