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Inflammatory Bowel Drugs To Go Head-To-Head With PCORI Funding

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A number of drug-related comparative effectiveness research projects are approved for PCORI-sponsored research in its second funding cycle. Health IT-related projects also get attention as the institute spends more than $88 million on 51 projects.

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