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A Web-based archive of systematic review data

Stanley Ip, Nira Hadar, Sarah Keefe, Christopher Parkin, Ramon Iovin, Ethan M Balk and Joseph Lau*

Systematic Reviews 2012, 1:15  doi:10.1186/2046-4053-1-15

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Role of AHRQ

STANLEY IP   (2012-10-22 14:23)  Tufts Medical Center

The authors of this article would like to clarify further the role of AHRQ.
AHRQ funded the development of SRDR. AHRQ did not provide funding for and did not participate in drafting this manuscript.

Competing interests

None declared

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