Cost effectiveness of hormone therapy in women at high risks of fracture in Sweden, the US and the UK—Results based on the Women's Health Initiative randomised controlled trial

Ingrid Lekander, Fredrik Borgström, Oskar Ström, Niklas Zethraeus, John A. Kanis

September 29 2007

Ingrid Lekander a, Fredrik Borgström a,b, Oskar Ström a, Niklas Zethraeus c, John A. Kanis d

a i3 Innovus, Vasagatan 38, SE-111 20 Stockholm, Sweden 
b Medical Management Center, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden 
c Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden 
d University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, UK


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