Study on Latina breast cancer survivors shows importance of inclusive science

A woman with a computer sits at a table next to several other women in conversation
Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Health Equity Research Lab Cathy Samayoa, lead author of the study

Sometimes the hardest part of science isn’t designing a brilliant experiment or analyzing data. It’s making sure the science is inclusive. A new paper by a team of researchers at San Francisco State University, the University of California, San Francisco and other partner organizations details their extensive work recruiting a group of participants — Latina breast cancer survivors — who are often not included in biomedical research.

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