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AHRQ, NIH Report To Congress On Comparative Effectiveness Spending Plans

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Two Health and Human Services agencies will allocate about $250 million this year in comparative effectiveness research funds from the federal stimulus package; the remainder of the $1.1 billion comparative effectiveness money will be put to use in 2010

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