WVU Cancer Institute's Clinical Trials Research Unit celebrates #clinicaltrialsday

WVU Cancer Institute's Clinical Trials Research Unit celebrates #clinicaltrialsday

The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) helps raise clinical trial awareness and honors clinical research professionals by recognizing their contributions to public health and medical progress each Clinical Trials Day. Find out more at www.clinicaltrialsday.org #clinicaltrialsday

CTRU team holds sign in support of clinical trials day.  That says "thankful for the patients volunteering to change the future
The WVU Cancer Institute's Clinical Trials Research Unit staff celebrated on Friday, May 20. Staff took pictures noting why they are involved in clinical trials.

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    Event Location: Buffalo Wild Wings, Suncrest Towne Centre

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