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Epidemiological risk factors associated to CD were also evaluated in this study .

Epidemiological risk factors associated to CD were also evaluated in this study population. Introduction: Chagas disease (CD), a neglected endemic disease in Latin America, has acquired new epidemiological characteristics with an increase in the importance of alternative transmission routes such as congenital transmission. The proposed integrated approach includes a broad spectrum of stakeholders ranging from individual health-care providers to policy makers and international organizations that are primarily involved in global health management, or are influenced by global health events.

Ellen B. Gold, American Epidemiologist, educator. Avocations: hiking, tennis. The Changing Risk of Disease in Women: An Epidemiologic Approach ; a Symposium Held at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, October 22-23, 1981. Health Association, Delta Omega.

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As used here, the words risk and disease burden are technical terms .

As used here, the words risk and disease burden are technical terms drawn from epidemiology, "the study of the distribution and determinants of disease frequency" (MacMahon and Pugh, 1970). Recognizing differences in the frequency and distribution of disease points to risk factors and hence the causal pathway, or etiology, of a disease. Once we have identified these pathways, we can break the causal chain.

Environmental tobacco smoke and risk of late-diagnosis incident fibroids in the Study of Women's Health across the Nation (SWAN).

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Publisher: Collamore Press,U.S. (March 1984)

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