LSU Health New Orleans and ConcertAI form multi-year collaboration addressing diversity in clinical trials

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Louisiana State University Health New Orleans, an NCI-NCORPS designated institution, and ConcertAI, LLC have formed a five-year partnership to improve the diversity of clinical trials and ensure broader clinical trial access throughout the Gulf South region.

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