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Is Comparative Effectiveness Research Truly Unique?

Comments on two articles recently published in NEJM In our last blog we referred to a recent edition of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in which prominent bioethicists argued that some comparative trials involving approved therapeutic or diagnostic interventions (also known as comparative effectiveness research (CER)) could be conducted without research participants’ consent […]