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MedCAC Says PET Data Is Too Weak To Remove Registry Requirement

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

CMS should maintain its data collection requirements for coverage of positron emission tomography for nine cancers, because the evidence linking PET to improved outcomes is still weak, the Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee concluded at its Aug. 20 meeting
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