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Comparative Effectiveness Bill Allows Industry Input Into Study Selection

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A bill introduced in the House May 19 would prevent the government from being the sole director of comparative effectiveness research by setting up an independent institute overseen by a broad array of stakeholders, including industry
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