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The cost effectiveness of bowel cancer screening in New Zealand: A cost-utility analysis based on pilot results

A cost utility analysis of a pilot of bowel screening in New Zealand. The analysis used micro-simulation to explore the cost effectiveness of a bowel screening programme in a New Zealand setting. It found that bowel screening is an extremely cost effective health intervention.

Authors

Dr James Swansson

James advises on public policy and regulatory economics.

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Matt Poynton

Matt is an expert in economic and econometric analysis.

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Dr Tom Love

Tom specialises in health economics and primary health care.

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