PMC Urges Stakeholders to Provide Feedback as PCORI Opens Comment Period for Methodology Report | GenomeWeb

The Personalized Medicine Coalition is urging its members to comment on how a draft methodology report from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute can better address comparative-effectiveness research involving molecularly targeted personalized treatments.

Earlier this week, PCORI began accepting feedback on the draft report, which lays out strategies for improving study designs for comparing the impact of different medical interventions on health outcomes.

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