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J&J CNS Studies Show Awareness Of CER And Broader Databases

Executive Summary

J&J's proposal to make long-acting anti-psychotic drugs a priority for the nation's push into comparative effectiveness research didn't make it onto the Institute of Medicine's "hot list" of research priorities released June 30 (1"The Pink Sheet" DAILY, June 30, 2009)

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