Dying Too Soon: How Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Can Save Lives
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- Further, costs should not be confused with prices which, due to imperfections in the economy, may or may not reflect the actual value of the resources consumed.
- This report also takes the "societal" perspective and thus does not differentiate between public expenditures and private, voluntary spending.
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