Economic evaluation in the development of medicines

by M. F. Drummond

Publisher: Office of Health Economics in [London]

Written in English
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StatementMichael Drummond, George Teeling-Smith, Nicholas Wells.
ContributionsWells, N. E. J., Teeling-Smith, George., Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. Office of Health Economics.
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