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Case studies in forensic epidemiology
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    S Loue. (Pp 203; price not stated). Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, 2002. ISBN 0-306-46792-5

    Sane Loue’s book Case studies in forensic epidemiology represents a significant turning point in our habitual conception of epiemiology as a statistical indicator of the extent to which the population is affected by some infectious—that is, toxicological—agent.

    The reader is attracted by the title of the book itself because forensic epidemiology is much less elaborated in professional literature than some epidemiological research within different specialist fields of medical science. The author is very …

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