Will PCORI's Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness Research Track with Personalized Rx? | GenomeWeb

Originally published March 2.

By Turna Ray

After the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute held a meeting this week to gather public input on its comparative effectiveness research priorities, personalized medicine stakeholders are still uncertain to what degree the institute will fund studies that aim to define how well drugs work in molecularly distinct patient groups or if it will mostly fund research to gauge how interventions work in the general population.

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