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Medical Research, what’s it worth? : estimating the economic benefits from medical research in the UK : briefing November 2008 / Health Economics Research Group (HERG) Brunel University, Office of Health Economics (OHE), RAND Europe, for the Medical Research Council, the Wellcome Trust and the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Health Economics Research Group (Brunel University)
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2008
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London : UK Evaluation Forum, 2008.

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"This briefing describes the outcomes of a one-year study into the economic benefits of the UK’s public and charitable investment in medical research".
"Briefing November 2008" -- cover.

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  • 9781841290805