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Reflecting on ‘Acquisition and disclosure of genetic information under alternative policy regimes: an economic analysis’ by Debora Wilson (Health Economics, Policy and Law 2006; 1: 263–276)

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*Correspondence to: Giovanni Fattore, Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management and CERGAS, Università Bocconi, Via Roentgen 1, 20136, Milano, Italy. Email: giovanni.fattore@unibocconi.it

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Reflecting on ‘Acquisition and disclosure of genetic information under alternative policy regimes: an economic analysis’ by Debora Wilson (Health Economics, Policy and Law 2006; 1: 263–276)

  • Giovanni Fattore (a1)

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