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Olveen Carrasquillo, Columbia University

May 27, 2002

Responses received by AHRQ to its invitation for comments on a Preliminary Policy on Inclusion of Priority Populations in Research from the extramural community of researchers and users of AHRQ-sponsored research.

Comments on AHRQ Preliminary Policy on Inclusion of Priority Populations in Research:

I strongly commend AHRQ on its Preliminary Policy on the Inclusion of Priority Populations in Research.

I am in full agreement that such a policy is critical to ensure participation of these priority populations in HSR.

Olveen Carrasquillo, M.D., M.P.H.
E-mail: oc6@columbia.edu

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