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Cost-of-Illness Studies — A Primer January 2006

  title={Cost-of-Illness Studies — A Primer January 2006},
  author={Joel E. Segel}
Hastalık Maliyet Analizinin Bibliyometrik ve Doküman Açısından İncelemesi
Hastalik maliyeti alaninda calisma yapmak isteyen arastirmacilar konu hakkinda en hizli sekilde ilerleyebilmek icin en cok atif alan ilk on calismaya basvurmalidir.
The economics of type 2 diabetes in middle-income countries
A considerable economic burden of diabetes in middle-income countries is identified and several inequities affecting women, the poor and the uninsured are uncovered, including gender-based disparities in wages and working hours.
Développement d’outils de plaidoyer pour la lutte contre le diabète de type 2 en Afrique subsaharienne à partir de l’estimation des coûts de l’inaction et de l’action
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