What’s the economic impact of cancer clinical research in Quebec, and what are the economic benefits for society? Today, in the context of the Forum de l’industrie de la santé de Québec (FISQ), Q-CROC discloses the study “Analyse des bénéfices économiques de la recherche clinique en oncologie au Québec.”
Cancer research, including clinical research, benefits patients, the healthcare system, and society in general. The economic cost of cancer is high, but research reduces this burden.
For example, it is estimated that over a period of 10 years the economic impact of cancer clinical research in Quebec is as high as $280 million. Moreover, clinical research in oncology generates $40 million in government revenue per year.
The study conducted by Aviseo Conseil describes the economic impact and benefits of cancer clinical research in Quebec. It highlights the importance of investing in clinical research.