NCCAM research funding
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Roughly 28% of all NIH research applications were funded in FY 2002, while for NCCAM "it was under 14%," center Director Steven Straus tells an Institute of Medicine CAM committee Feb. 27. He noted the discrepancy is because the average cost of an NCCAM application is more than those of most NIH institutes, and NCCAM-funded trials "are more likely to be [large] clinical trials." The IoM CAM committee is charged with evaluating Americans' use of complementary & alternative medicine...
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