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Health economics in cancer research and care

28 Oct 2016
Guest Editor: Wim van Harten

This special issue investigates the hidden costs of cancer care and how they should be used to inform global policy.  

It brings together five original articles which arose from  the special working group session on Health Economics at the annual Organisation of European Cancer Institutes (OECI) meeting in Porto 2015.

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Watch Professor Gordon McVie discuss the importance of this special issue.

Special Issue Articles