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Oncology CER Needs Common Language, Data Collection Standards

Executive Summary

Several articles in a comparative effectiveness research-themed issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology highlight the need for CER to use common language and data collection standards to boost the value and usefulness of the research.

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