With this cost and the conservative estimate of an 8 percent reduction in coronary heart disease, the intervention is very cost -. $ 25. 75 averted per DALY in the developing countries Assuming the larger 40 percent reduction in coronary heart disease, the intervention is cost-saving say the authors. There is clear evidence that many interventions are cost-effective, the Commission on Macroeconomics and Health standard proposed a standard of three times gross national income per capita per DALY than cheaply, the World Bank estimates that GNI was per capita in 2006, an average of $ 650 for low-income countries and $ 3,051 for middle-income countries.
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