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Giving every COVID-19 patient the chance to participate in research

 
Irene Watpool and Rebecca Porteous standing near an empty bed in the ICU

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Irene and Rebecca have been on the front lines explaining all the available clinical trials to these patients and their families, often during those first difficult days of hospitalization.

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