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The evaluation and provision of effective medicines 

The evaluation and provision of effective medicines
The evaluation and provision of effective medicines

Michael D. Rawlins

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date: 19 September 2021

As more new medicines become available, often at a premium price, it has become imperative for individual practitioners, institutions and health care systems to assess whether they represent good value for money. Are they an improvement on existing treatments, either in terms of improved efficacy or safety? And, if so, do they represent a cost effective use of health care resources?...

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