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CER Could Lead To $10 Bil. Per Year Drop In R&D – Think Tank Analysis

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Investments in drug and medical device research and development will decrease as comparative effectiveness research conducted under the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute begins to gain traction, Benjamin Zycher, senior fellow at Pacific Research Institute, predicts.

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