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Epidemiology: a retrospective study

, : Epidemiology: a retrospective study. American Journal of Epidemiology 106(6): 445-459

Historical sketches in the field of epidemiology are presented, including the works of John Snow, William Farr, Pierre-Charles Alexandre Louis and William Budd.

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