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Comparative Effectiveness Researchers Look Beyond Randomized Trials

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Researchers awaiting guidance from the Administration on how it will allocate $1.1 billion in stimulus funds for comparative effectiveness research are exploring ways to include alternatives to randomized clinical trials in gathering evidence to inform health care decisions
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