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Comparative Effectiveness In Coverage Decisions: Restrictions Added To House Health Reform Bill

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Federally-funded comparative effectiveness research could not be used by the government to "deny or ration care" or as the basis for making cost-driven coverage decisions, under amendments to the House health reform legislation adopted in markup.
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