Racial diversity and reporting in United States Food and Drug Administration registration trials for thoracic malignancies from 2006-2020. Cancer investigation Chiang, R. S., Desai, A., Glover, M. J., Hui, G., Ramchandran, K. J., Wakelee, H., Lythgoe, M. P., Khaki, A. R. 2022: 1-6


There is significant racial disparity in thoracic malignancies in terms of epidemiology and outcomes. We analyzed race reporting and racial diversity in the registration trials of drugs approved by the FDA for thoracic malignancies from 2006-2020. We found a significant under-representation of non-white participants in FDA drug registration trials in thoracic malignancies. Furthermore, though almost all trials report some race information, FDA guidelines are not universally followed. There is a disproportionate disease burden of lung cancer in under-represented race communities, and clinical trials should prioritize racial diversity and inclusion efforts.

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