Health Economists Meet the Fourth Tempter: Drog Dependency and Scientific Discourse
AbstractOver the past decade, the 'pharmacoeconomics' phenomenon has incited a stream of commentaries about the economic evaluation of drugs, conflicts of interest and ways of retaining respectability for this component of health economics profession. Private coporations now finance so many aspects of health economics, however, that the profession as a whole runs the risk of being co-opted.
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