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Vague PCORI Agenda Makes Commenting On Funding Allocations Difficult

Executive Summary

Comments on the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s national priorities and research agenda reveal difficulty in expressing thoughts on how the institute should allocate its research funds due to a lack of specificity in the research agenda itself.

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