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Authors’ Reply to Hussain et al.: “Cost Effectiveness of Dialysis Modalities: A Systematic Review of Economic Evaluations”

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Authors’ Reply to Hussain et al.: “Cost Effectiveness of Dialysis Modalities: A Systematic Review of Economic Evaluations”
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Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/s40258-019-00486-3
Authors

Martin Howell, Rachael Walker, Kirsten Howard

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