5.2 Supplementary analyses
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For some medicines and/or indications, nonhealth-related outcomes may be relevant to present. When required, clearly present nonhealth-related outcomes and support them with good-quality evidence and sound reasoning.
Where data derived from patient input are provided as supplementary evidence, ensure that they are systematically sourced or generated using high-quality methods. Describe the supplementary evidence so that the uncertainty associated with the evidence is minimised. Interpret and discuss this evidence alongside the clinical and economic evidence presented in Sections 2 and 3.