CER Credibility Lies In Methodology For Studies, Physician Tells BIO
The credibility of comparative effectiveness research ultimately will be judged based on the methodology used to conduct the research, David Charles, associate professor and vice-chairman of neurology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and chairman of the physician group Alliance for Patient Access, told attendees during a session at the Biotechnology Industry Organization International Convention.
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