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Forensic Epidemiology

Principles and Practice
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Current format, Book, 2016, In-library use only.
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It is an inescapable fact that causation, both generally (in populations), and specifically (in individuals), cannot be observed. Rather, causation is determined when it can be inferred that the risk of an observed injury or disease from a plausible cause is greater than the risk from other plausible causes. While many…

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