AffiliationOxford Outcomes, an ICON plc Company, Seacourt Tower, West Way, Oxford, OX2 0JJ, UK
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AbstractNeuroendocrine tumours (NETs) are a rare form of neoplasm that can arise in most organs of the body and which share many common pathologic features. Although curative surgery can be conducted for patients with localised disease, once progression occurs and the disease becomes metastatic or un-resectable, treatment aims to extend life and maintain quality-of-life for as long as possible. The aim of the study was to elicit utilities for health state vignettes describing the burdens associated with receiving therapy for advanced NETs.
CitationElicitation of health state utilities in neuroendocrine tumours. 2012, 15 (4):681-7 J Med Econ
JournalJournal of Medical Economics
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