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by James Buchanan

James Buchanan

James Buchanan, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and Senior Researcher at HERC, has published a blog for the BMJ entitled Genomics, the data revolution, and health economics—the 2015 Astellas Innovation Debate.

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