Clustering and Hodgkin's disease.

Abstract

Hodgkin's disease has held a lengthy fascination for clinicians and pathologists because of observed relationships to infectious diseases. Since McMahon (1966) applied the methods of descriptive epidemiology, it has also represented a source of continual speculation for epidemiologists. A bi-modal age distribution characterised by one peak in young adults… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/bjc.1990.364

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