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OBJECTIVE To determine the most cost-effective screening programme for cervical cancer. DESIGN Cost-effectiveness analysis from a societal perspective. SETTING The Netherlands. POPULATION Dutch women who have not been invited for human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination. METHODS We calibrated the microsimulation screening analysis (MISCAN) model to(More)
To assess among parents longitudinal predictors of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake for their daughters, random samples of parents were identified via municipal services and sent baseline questionnaires in June 2009 and follow-up questionnaires in November 2011 after their uptake decision. Hierarchical logistic regression analysis was used to(More)
It is under debate whether healthcare costs related to death and in life years gained (LysG) due to life saving interventions should be included in economic evaluations. We estimated the impact of including these costs on cost-effectiveness of cancer screening. We obtained health insurance, home care, nursing homes, and mortality data for 2.1 million(More)
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