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Medical treatment priorities established in new national research effort

Treatment regimens often evolve without strong scientific evidence of their benefits and drawbacks, particularly in comparison to other drugs or approaches. A large American initiative is now underway, aiming to fill in that missing information, focusing currently on research priorities necessary to address gaps in knowledge about two conditions -- bipolar disorder among adolescents and early breast tumors in women.
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