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#National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics

# national-centre-for-pharmacoeconomics - Thursday 29 August, 2013

Irish Cancer Society: 'A dialogue on the high price of drugs needs to happen'

The body charged with assessing the cost effectiveness of drugs for the HSE said two cancer treatments are too costly.

# national-centre-for-pharmacoeconomics - Monday 3 October, 2011

'Breakthrough' breast cancer test to be made available to public

The genetic test can accurately identify the patients who remain at risk following surgery for breast cancer – determining who would benefit from chemotherapy.

# national-centre-for-pharmacoeconomics - Sunday 14 August, 2011

'Breakthrough' cancer test will not be offered to public patients

The National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics has said the test, which could help patients avoid chemotherapy, is too expensive to offer to public patients in Ireland.