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Eye drug 'could save NHS £84m'

Belfast : United Kingdom | May 06, 2012 at 10:05 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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D 'could save NHS £84m' Health correspondent, BBC News Lucentis and Avastin are being used for wet AMD The NHS could save £84m a year by using a cheaper drug to treat a leading cause of blindness, research suggests. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
 
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