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Comparative Effectiveness Stimulus Stimulates Reactions

The $1.1 billion in the stimulus bill for comparative effectiveness research has, not surprisingly, generated a good deal of public attention.  Friday’s Washington Post and the front page of today’s New York Times both have stories covering the political jockeying.

Although both pieces focus on potential problems from the lack of individualization, either from libertarian or advocacy perspectives, neither has picked up our strain that personalized medicine, also favored by the Obama administration, will change the shape of the entire comparative effectiveness debate.
More on a recent example after the jump…

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