Push to compare treatments worries drug, device makers
Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2009
Federal healthcare agencies are getting $1.1 billion in economic-stimulus funds for research comparing the effectiveness of various treatments. But drug and medical-device makers, along with some members of Congress, say they are worried the findings will be used to limit patients' options.
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