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Rare Diseases Epidemiology

Posada de la Paz, Manuel, Groft, Stephen C. (Eds.)

2010, XXII, 542 p.

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From the reviews:

“It covers the common components of epidemiology and its collaborating disciplines to demonstrate the concepts, methods, and examples of the epidemiology of rare diseases. … it is a useful resource for epidemiologists, the book can be used by other researchers and by funding agencies, foundations, and policy makers. … This is an important state-of-the-art book in rare disease epidemiology. … an extremely important contribution to the field and will be a useful reference in several disciplines.” (James C. Torner, Doody’s Review Service, July, 2011)

“The book is very well written, and deals with its subject delineated above comprehensively. … the amount of information presented is very impressive. The multitude of the data presented in the reviewed work make it indispensable for anyone potentially active in the field of the rare diseases … . this volume will remain the major reference book for quite some time, and highly recommend it to the healthcare planners, general practitioners and those specializing in the field of the rare diseases … .” (K. Pagava and I. Paghava, Georgian Medical News, Vol. 193 (4), 2011)

 

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