Commentary: Unbiased research for doctors is good medicine
Comparative effectiveness research has been a controversial topic since the Obama administration proposed $1.1 billion in CER funding in the economic stimulus package. Physician-blogger Kevin Pho provides his opinion in USA Today, arguing that physicians often make decisions based on the latest, but not necessarily the best, treatment options, and CER can help them make more informed decisions.
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