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a pathological condition of mind or body

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A spatial analysis of disease clusters around pollution sources with count (ecological) data was conducted using different descriptive, hypothesis-testing and multivariable modeling techniques.
Table 2 summarises the gene expression of each disease cluster on which the potential of adverse events are majorly based.
A classic example of a disease cluster is in Anniston, Alabama, where residents experienced cancerous, non-cancerous, thyroid and neurodevelopment effects that they believe were caused by releases of various chemicals, including PCBs.
2006) observed that the data from the 2001 Uruguayan FMD epidemic were compatible with two hypotheses, namely: (i) disease clusters may be observed even in rapid disseminating epidemics; (ii) human mobility-related factors (demographic and road densities) may facilitate epidemic dispersal.
2000; Song and Kulldorff 2003), additional studies of this nature should allow for clearer guidelines on methods usage for the epidemiologist and other disease cluster investigators.
If a form of the H5N1 virus that is more infectious to humans spreads outside an initial disease cluster, there is little public health authorities can do to keep it out of their countries, said Simon Cauchemez, Ph.
She recently helped establish a new organization, the National Disease Cluster Alliance, which seeks to help communities investigate cancer clusters among children, as well as other grave health problems caused by environmental pollutants.
Generally, there is agreement that a disease cluster is "any localized spatial aggregation of cases" (Alexander et al.
The rules that worked in the traditional world of sexually transmitted disease investigations were found wanting in this new kind of disease cluster.
This is also the reason why our mosquito-borne disease cluster have been attending meetings of the Association of Barangay Captains to lobby for community participation in the fight against dengue, through ABKD or Aksyon Barangay Kontra Dengue, he added.
Refining historical limits method to improve disease cluster detection, New York City.
In the report "Ebola Virus Disease Cluster in the United States--Dallas County, Texas, 2014" two errors occurred.
The disease cluster with greatest geographical extension includes parts of the four states Maranhao, Para, Tocantins and Piaui in the north and northeast regions of the country (Figure 1).
If a form of the H5N1 virus that is more infectious to humans spreads outside an initial disease cluster, however, there is little authorities can do to keep if from coming into their countries, said Simon Cauchemez, Ph.