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Case-control geographic clustering for residential histories accounting for risk factors and covariates

By Geoffrey M Jacquez, Jaymie R Meliker, Gillian A AvRuskin, Pierre Goovaerts, Andy Kaufmann, Mark L Wilson and Jerome Nriagu
Topics: Methodology
Publisher: BioMed Central
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