Comparative Effectiveness

Researchers from the University of California and the University of California San Diego (UCSD) have begun working on a prototype “cyberinfrastructure” that would allow cancer researchers to collect and interpret data from multiple sources to compare the effectiveness of preventive measures, drugs, treatments, and interventions during the course of clinical trials.
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With the inclusion of $1.1 billion in the American Recovery and Reinvest ment Act of 2009 for comparative effectiveness research (CER), this topic has suddenly become a matter of great importance in the clinical and research communities.
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