The authors should report and discuss their findings for the reference case, the analysis performed from the societal perspective. They should also report and discuss the results of their sensitivity analysis. When assumptions have been made for the input data, those variables should be varied within reasonable clinical parameters. If the results are sensitive to those variables change substantially, then readers should be wary of drawing firm conclusions and the authors should point out the limitations of the robustness of the results. Finally, the authors should discuss the relevance and limitations of their analysis to health policy questions and decisions.
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