Best of the Blog: Personalized Medicine vs. Comparative Effectiveness
This article was originally published in RPM Report
Readers of The IN VIVO Blog and The RPM Report's First Take responded to a post on whether proponents of personalized medicine can also be supporters of comparative effectiveness research. We asked readers to weigh in on that question. Their emails initiated a lively discussion on the future of health care so we've picked excerpts from the most noteworthy responses to share.
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