Mathematical modeling strategies for the analysis of epidemiologic research.

@article{Greenberg1985MathematicalMS,
  title={Mathematical modeling strategies for the analysis of epidemiologic research.},
  author={R. Greenberg and D. Kleinbaum},
  journal={Annual review of public health},
  year={1985},
  volume={6},
  pages={
          223-45
        }
}
In the inaugural volume of the Annual Review of Public Health, Reuel Stallones suggested the following central axiom of epidemiology (27): "Disease does not distribute randomly in human populations." As a corollary to this axiom, Professor Stallones stated: "Variations in the frequency of human disease occur in response to variations in the intensity of exposure to etiologic agents or other more remote causes, or to variations in the susceptibility of individuals to the operation of these… Expand
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