Cost-effectiveness analysis in melanoma detection: A transition model applied to dermoscopy.

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AIM The main aim of this study is to demonstrate how our melanoma disease model (MDM) can be used for cost-effectiveness analyses (CEAs) in the melanoma detection field. In particular, we used the data of two cohorts of Belgian melanoma patients to investigate the cost-effectiveness of dermoscopy. METHODS A MDM, previously constructed to calculate the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejca.2016.07.020

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@article{Tromme2016CosteffectivenessAI, title={Cost-effectiveness analysis in melanoma detection: A transition model applied to dermoscopy.}, author={Isabelle Tromme and Catherine Legrand and Brecht Devleesschauwer and Ulrike Leiter and Stefan Suciu and Alexander M. M. Eggermont and Laurine Sacr{\'e} and Jean-François Baurain and Luc Thomas and Philippe Beutels and Niko Speybroeck}, journal={European journal of cancer}, year={2016}, volume={67}, pages={38-45} }