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NIH Dives Into Comparative Effectiveness Clash With Grant Opportunities

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A 181-page grant application 1request from the National Institutes of Health has struck a nerve among congressional lawmakers debating the particulars of comparative-effectiveness research and comprehensive health reform
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