Benefit/cost ratio of complementary medicine use by condition in Australia 2014

This statistic shows the predicted benefit/cost ratio (dollar gain per 1 dollar spent on complementary medicine) of taking complementary medicine for select conditions. It was estimated that one dollar spent on targeted vitamin D and calcium use for osteoporosis gains 2.50 Australian dollars.

Benefit/cost ratio of targeted complementary medicine use for select conditions in Australia as of 2014 (in Australian dollars)*

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Release date

January 2016

Region

Australia

Survey time period

as of October 2014

Supplementary notes

* Benefit/cost ratio- dollars gained per one dollar spent on complementary medicine.

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