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  • 10 Jan 2022
    Munier Hossain

    Medicine and statistics- not Montagues and Capulets

    In his 1597 play ‘Romeo and Juliet’, William Shakespeare narrates the tragic story of Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. The two young persons are in love, but their families are engaged in a blood feud. The consequences were tragic. The imposition of statistics in medicine evokes similarly strong emotions. The animosity may not be as […]

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  • 5 Jun 2020
    Ronald Fricker

    On COVID-19 Surveillance

    As cities, counties and states begin to relax social distancing guidelines, it is important for local and state public health organizations to conduct rigorous disease surveillance looking for indications of COVID-19 resurgence. Recognizing that there will continue to be some level of disease incidence in the population, the question is whether relaxing social distancing guidelines […]

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