Chicago area woman says volunteering for vaccine trial was a ‘no brainer’

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As the National Institutes for Health look for volunteers to try life saving COVID 19 vaccines, the need for minority candidates remains a concern. Black, Latino and Indigenous patients will be important as the vaccines prepare to roll out as soon as possible.

Raysa Aswad, a Chicago north sider says as a healthy, baby boomer aged Latina it was an easy decision.

She’s part of a trial at Rush University Medical Center, you learn more online.


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