Flatiron’s Adamson: Medicaid disparities study shows real world data is valuable for assessing policy

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Before 2019, Blythe Adamson, a senior quantitative scientist at Flatiron Health, had never attended an annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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