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Industry’s CER Efforts Should Follow PCORI Methods, Cmte. Member Yancy Says

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Executive Summary

Pharma companies’ comparative effectiveness research should be “in sync” with nationalized approach that the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute will bring, Clyde Yancy, member of the new institute’s Methodology Committee, suggests.


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