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PCORI Research Applications: Fewer Than Expected, Geographically Limited

Executive Summary

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute will look for more ways to engage the research community, particularly in Midwestern states, as the number of applications for research grants has fallen short of expectations.

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