Publication: A discrete choice experiment to derive health utilities for aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase (AADC) deficiency in France

This research article, published in Patient Related Outcome Measures, provides results from a discrete choice experiment to determine health utility values for AADC deficiency, carried out using a sample of the general population in France

  • Find out more about the methodology used to select a representative sample of the general French population for this study
  • Review the health utilities for AADC deficiency syndromes derived from this analysis
  • Understand more about the perceived impact of the different symptoms of AADC deficiency, and how this is affected by disease progression

Smith AB, Hanbury A, Whitty JA, et al. Patient Relat Outcome Meas. 2022;13:21–30

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