Patient and community preferences for outcomes in prostate cancer implications for clinical policy

  • Krahn M
  • Ritvo P
  • Irvine J
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Preferences, or utilities, for health outcomes are central in prostate cancer decision-making. Utilities can be elicited directly from patients using standard techniques, or indirectly, using questionnaires that incorporate preference weights from community members.

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  • Cancer
  • Decision making
  • Quality of life
  • Scale development
  • Utilities

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  • Murray Krahn

  • Paul Ritvo

  • Jane Irvine

  • George Tomlinson

  • Karen E. Bremner

  • Andrea Bezjak

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