SNM gets grant for comparative-effectiveness research

04/14/2010 | AuntMinnie.com (free registration)

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has awarded SNM a $48,000 grant, which the group will use to fund a conference that will focus on developing comparative-effectiveness research involving PET and other molecular imaging methods. The two-day event will review current molecular imaging data and health care costs, as well as discuss measures to improve patient care and cancer management.

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