We all know there is a diversity challenge in all aspects of Healthcare. There are social, racial, gender and economic diversity throughout the world. In the United States we see way too many differences in ability to get health care, to sustain healthcare, to get mental health care and also find the right representation in mental health care. In Clinical Trials the diversity is throughout the phases of clinical trials. We as patients, caregivers, advocates, pharmaceutical companies, doctors, government and insurance companies all have a hand in the causes and we all need to be part of the solution. Do I have all the answers? NO! Do I have suggestions? Absolutely! Suggestions are only as good if you have people willing to listen. We as a whole need to listen to each other. When I mean listen I mean truly hear and react and be willing as a whole community to want to help each other out. There is this great divide between patients, caregivers and pharmaceutical companies and insurance companies. That divide needs to be and can be bridge if we all learn each other's successes and challenges. We need to work together to be better than our successors. We need to have the same end goals so we can find medications that will help the patients, the insurance companies, government officials, and reach the long term goal of finding a cure. It doesn't matter how and what we have to do, what matters is can we work together to make this happen. I personally am a realist and optimist. I don't think this is asking too much. I think we can get this done but we need to work together. So let's fight together and get rid of the diversities and obstacles in our way and help all of those patients who are begging for a better life.