AHRQ Offering $100M for Comparative Effectiveness | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality plans to provide $100 million in stimulus funding in the coming fiscal year to support studies of the effectiveness of treatments and diagnostics, including personalized healthcare approaches, such as pharmacogenetics, clinical diagnostics, and bio-imaging studies.

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