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01. Medline Plus, Clinical Trials. Retrieved 2/25/2009 from

02. Understanding Clinical Trials, retrieved 2/28/2009 from

03. Questions to Ask about a Clinical Trial, University of Texas M.D. Anderson
Cancer Center. Retrieved 2/28/2009 from

04. Montana Cancer Center, How are Clinical Trials conducted. Retrieved
2/25/2009 from

05. Cure Search, Progress. Retrieved 3/29/2009 from

06. Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, Barriers to Clinical Trials. Retrieved
2/25/2009 from
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07. AARP Bulletin Today, Seniors, Women and Minorities Underrepresented in
Clinical Trials, Experts Say. Retrieved 2/28/2009 from

08. Ped Onc Resource Center, Clinical Trials. Retrieved 3/29/2009 from•onc/treatment/clintrial.html

09. Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation, Why Research is needed.
Retrieved 3/29/2009 from

10. American Cancer Society, Monoclonal Antibodies. Retrieved 3/20/2009 from

11. American Cancer Society, Clinical Trials Best Options for Childhood Cancer.
Retrieved 3/20/2009 from

12. On the Trail of Clinical Trials, Charles H. Weaver, MD, Women and Cancer,
Spring 2006, Volume 2, page 13

PAF Works Cited
Too Young to Be Ill (PAF publication)

PAF Clinical Trials PowerPoint

Your Guide To The Appeals Process (PAF Publication)

Your Guide To The Disability Process (PAF Publication)

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