The balance between public perceptions of greatest need and where money is best spent Free

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Dr Elena Pizzo, a health economist at University College London, examines how money is best spent in patient treatment. She considers the average cost of breast cancer care per patient and outlines the challenges faced by health professionals and economists when deciding how treatment funding is allocated.

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event '4th breast cancer forum: screening, metastatic breast cancer and living with and beyond' on the 15th September 2017.

Length: 00:23:59

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00:03:35 - Cancer treatment spending in England
00:13:32 - Cost-effectiveness plan
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