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How much do we pay for a benefit? A descriptive cost analysis of the use of statins. The need for a national cost-effectiveness analysis

How much do we pay for a benefit? A descriptive cost analysis of the use of statins. The need for a national cost-effectiveness analysis

Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia 76(5): 409-418

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