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epidemiologically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an epidemiological manner.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb With regard to epidemiology

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Women bore the brunt of drug scapegoating, defined as epidemiologically dangerous and responsible for the spread of HIV to the heterosexual community.

    Women And Drugs: Twenty Five Years Of Research And Policy

  • We're providing assistance on laboratory capacity, on collecting data, because one of the better ways that we can prepare up here is to know what exactly is happening epidemiologically in Mexico.

    CNN Transcript Apr 27, 2009

  • The research presents results that combine the economic approach with epidemiologically-based data to project federal costs for diabetes under alternative policies.

    James S. Marks: Replacing the Shouts of Recess with the Deliberations of Research

  • We're providing assistance on laboratory capacity, on collecting data, because one of the better ways that we can prepare up here is to know what exactly is happening epidemiologically in Mexico.

    CNN Transcript Apr 27, 2009

  • Researchers said the findings show "elimination is epidemiologically feasible, and large areas of Africa are more amenable to control than appreciated previously," raising hope that the disease could be more precisely targeted.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I see what happens to my child only to be told that epidemiologically it could/would/did never happen.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • While, epidemiologically, your positing of a well known figure injects too much bias to get a useful answer – it tends to confirm my own observations that race is almost inexplicably intertwined and becoming indistinguishable from culture/environment.

    WHAT DOES “BLACK” AND “WHITE” LOOK LIKE ANYWAY? » Sociological Images

  • They were both pretty convincing showing how Rachel Carson's hypothesis that chemical exposure can cause DNA breaks that lead to breast cancer and other cancers has now been epidemiologically confirmed.

    More Makeup = More Ugly Cancer?

  • They were both pretty convincing showing how Rachel Carson's hypothesis that chemical exposure can cause DNA breaks that lead to breast cancer and other cancers has now been epidemiologically confirmed.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Because I that, you know, when you sort of look epidemiologically and say there are fewer left-handed people now, why?

    CNN Transcript May 2, 2007

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