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Medical writers are perceived by many health economists to be incompetent in health economics writing. Medical writers need to abolish this common perception, and so must develop an understanding of cost-effectiveness, cost-utility, and other health…
Having had the pleasure of attending the one-day symposium on health economics and market access at this year's Spring EMWA conference, and of teaching a workshop on health economics at the conference, two points struck me.
Drugs companies publish only a fraction of their results and keep much of the information to themselves. Drug companies are ‘debasing’ drug trials whose publication in journals can apparently confer scientific approval. Merck had fought for years to …
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