Cost-effectiveness of cervical cancer screening.

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In the last two decades, computer-based models of cervical cancer screening have been used to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of different econdary prevention policies. Analyses in countries with existing screening programs have focused on identifying the optimal screening nterval, ages for starting and stopping screening, and consideration of enhancements… (More)

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@article{Goldie1983CosteffectivenessOC, title={Cost-effectiveness of cervical cancer screening.}, author={Sue J. Goldie and Jane Kim and Evan R. Myers}, journal={Connecticut medicine}, year={1983}, volume={47 6}, pages={367} }