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Taking Advantage of Clinical Trials

May 14

1pm Eastern Time

This webinar explores the benefits and risks and how clinical trials can fit into your healthcare plan.


Topics include:
– What is a clinical trial?
– Why should we care about clinical trials?
– Potential risks
– How clinical trials work
– Frequently asked questions about clinical trials




Lilly Stairs
Head of Growth and Partnerships @Savvy Cooperative

At the age of 19, Lilly was diagnosed with both Crohn’s disease and psoriatic arthritis. Since that very moment, she found her calling and dedicated her personal and professional life to patient advocacy. Lilly serves as the Head of Growth and Partnerships at Savvy Cooperative, the first patient-owned and public benefit corporation helping serve as the Match.com for patient insights, connecting healthcare innovators with patients ready to share their experiences. She is a Board Member for the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) where she provides strategic direction on current and future initiatives of the organization.



Terry Wilcox
Co-Founder & Executive Director @Patients Rising

A passionate advocate for patients with cancer and other serious diseases, Terry Wilcox is Executive Director of Patients Rising, a non-profit patient education and advocacy organization that helps patients get access to essential diagnostics and the treatments they need. Terry and her team engage the patient community, along with physicians, health policy experts and allied healthcare professions, to develop realistic, solution-oriented discussions so those with life-threatening and chronic diseases will have a voice in shaping policies that will improve access to quality care.

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