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  • [Info] Governing Medical Knowledge Commons (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2017), ed. by Katherine Jo Strandburg, Brett M. Frischmann, and Michael J. Madison, contrib. by Jorge L. Contreras, Peter Lee, Barbara J. Evans, Andrea Boggio, Ryan Abbott, Michael Mattioli, Maja Larson, Margaret Chon, Andrew W. Torrance, Tania Bubela, Rhiannon Adams, Shubha Chandrasekharan, Amrita Mishra, Songyan Liu, Laura Pedraza Fariña, Glenn Saxe, Mary Acri, Pedro Oliveira, Leid Zejnilovic, Helena Canhão, Stephen Flowers, and Stefan Bechtold (PDF with commentary at Cambridge University Press)
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  • [Info] The Management of Health Care Technology in Ten Countries (background paper #4 for "The Implications of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical Technology"; OTA-BP-H-7; NOTE Washington: GPO, 1980), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
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