Economic and social determinants of disease

Marmot, Michael; Rose, Geoffrey
October 2001
Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2001, Vol. 79 Issue 10, p988
Academic Journal
Comments on the paper by Geoffrey Rose on the study of the determinants of disease in individuals and populations, published in 'International Journal of Epidemiology,' 1985;14 issue. Economic and social determinants of disease; Detection of individual risks; Determinants of incidence rates.


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