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Quantifying Gains in the War on Cancer Due to Improved Treatment and Earlier Detection

Seth Seabury, Dana Goldman, Darius Lakdawalla, Gupta Charu N., Khan Zeba M., Chandra Amitabh and Philipson Tomas J.
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Gupta Charu N.: The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania – Health Care Management Department, PA, USA
Khan Zeba M.: Celgene Corporation, Summit, New Jersey, USA
Chandra Amitabh: Harvard University – John F. Kennedy School of Government, Boston, MA, USA
Philipson Tomas J.: University of Chicago – Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Policy Studies, Chicago, IL, USA

Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2016, vol. 19, issue 1, 141-156

Abstract: Introduction: There have been significant improvements in both treatment and screening efforts for many types of cancer over the past decade. However, the effect of these advancements on the survival of cancer patients is unknown, and many question the value of both new treatments and screening efforts.

Date: 2016
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