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In examining diverse medical problems including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, lead poisoning, and substance abuse, our research helps policy makers decide how to allocate personal, technical, and financial resources to improve public health and the human condition.
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Melissa Morley, Ph.D., senior health economist in the Health Care Financing and Payment Program at RTI, told members ... Read more »
- March 2, 2015
Study: Prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease in adults over 30 to rise 27 percent by 2030
– News Release