A G Le Coroller

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The article discusses the proposal of some health economists to use the "cost per QALY (quality-adjusted-life year)" ratio as an universal indicator for economic assessment of medical interventions, in the so-called "cost-utility" analyses. Authors argue that QALYs are not a straightforward application of expected utility theory, which is the standard(More)
A total of 258 aphereses were performed in 79 patients with nonmyeloid malignancies after mobilization of peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC) with recombinant human granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (rhG-CSF). Apheresis products were examined for viable mononuclear cell (VMC), CD34+ cell, and clonogenic cell contents. The number of progenitors in(More)
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