Updated survival outcomes and a model developed based on three mutually exclusive health states show that tumor treatment fields (TTF), added to maintenance temozolomide (TMZ) for patients with glioblastoma (GBM), is an intervention that is not cost-effective.
Why this matters ?
There is a strong concern about the cost-effectiveness for TTF as an intervention for patients with GBM maintained with TMZ despite using an updated cost-effectiveness evaluation using a more flexible potential of the “partitioned survival” model design as well as the latest effectiveness data.
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