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Debates over screening, comparative effectiveness research lead to compelling reporting

Rochelle Sharpe
Rochelle Sharpe

This is one of the key questions reporters will try to answer as they cover the Obama administration’s efforts to promote comparative effectiveness research. Rochelle Sharpe, a Pulitzer Prize-winning freelance writer, has written about comparative effectiveness research that is designed to determine the most effective ways to treat disease and fill gaping holes in our medical knowledge. Here, she shares sources and questions that reporters should be asking about the topic.

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