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Citation : Zhang G, Parikh PB, Zabihi S, Brown DL. (2013)
Rating the preferences for potential harms of treatments for cardiovascular disease: a survey of community-dwelling adults.
Med Decis Making 33(4):502-9.
Abstract : Individual community-dwelling adults living on Long Island, New York, assign unique values to their preferences for potential harms encountered following treatment of CVD. Thus, risk-benefit discussions and treatment decisions regarding CVD should be harmonized to the value system of each individual.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23407665
PMID : 23407665
PMCID : PMC3749300
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