[Chapter 3] Economic Analyses in Diabetes and Diabetes Treatment
Pharmacoeconomics from Clinical Perspective
Guvenc Kockaya and Mete Saylan
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Perez, Alexandra; Wertheimer, Albert; and Levin, Andrea, "[Chapter 3] Economic Analyses in Diabetes and Diabetes Treatment" (2023). HPD Books and Book Chapters. 13.