Ruben Mesa, MD, FACP, director of the Mays Cancer Center, was a guest on a panel of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute during its CHCI 2020 Leadership Conference on Sept. 17. The program was called “Global Pandemics: Innovation for Early Detection and a Coordinated Response System.” The panel discussed ways to include more minority participants in COVID-19-related clinical trials and techniques for preparing for future pandemics.

Watch the program.

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