Cost-utility analysis of genetic testing in neonatal diabetes

September 2011
Diabetes Digest;2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p141
The article discusses a cost-utility analysis by S. A. Greeley and colleagues on routine genetic screening in children with permanent neonatal diabetes (ND).


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