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This Thursday I'll give a talk at the GSK Statistics Forum. Erika (with whom I shared a train journey to the 2012 BayesPharma and a group walk in Oxfordshire a few years back) now works at GSK and invited me. I will talk about the model for cost-effectiveness with structural zero costs, on which I am working at the moment.**Gianluca Baio's blog**, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)In fact, I managed to get hold of some new and more interesting data, which I will use to produce a better, more articulated example (although I think for the talk, I'll stick with the original acupuncture example, which is part of the working paper).

I'll post my slides later, in case anyone's interested...

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