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Do Non-participants at Screening have a Different Threshold for an Acceptable Benefit–Harm Ratio than Participants? Results of a Discrete Choice Experiment

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Do Non-participants at Screening have a Different Threshold for an Acceptable Benefit–Harm Ratio than Participants? Results of a Discrete Choice Experiment
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The Patient, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/s40271-019-00364-z
Authors

Tina Birgitte Hansen, Jes Sanddal Lindholt, Axel Diederichsen, Rikke Søgaard

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#11,935,645
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#304
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#205,727
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#6
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