Canada Outlines “Patient-Oriented Research” Strategy
Canada is developing a comparative effectiveness research strategy that, like the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute in the U.S., is targeting a patient-focused approach that aims to ensure that patients get the right treatments at the right times.
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