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NEW YORK – Nam Bui has a piece of advice he wished he could share with more cancer patients: try to find a clinical trial.

Still, the Stanford University hematologist, academic oncologist, and medical oncology researcher recognizes the many obstacles to enrollment — from geography to time-consuming trial criteria assessments. Not only is it difficult for clinicians to keep tabs on all of the trials open at a center at any given time, he argued, but the process of matching a patient to a trial can be time consuming.

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