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Economics of Neuraminidase Inhibitor Stockpiling for Pandemic Influenza, Singapore

By Vernon J. Lee, Kai Hong Phua, Mark I. Chen, Angela Chow, Stefan Ma, Kee Tai Goh and Yee Sin Leo


Stockpiling drugs to prevent and treat influenza would be economically effective

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Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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