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What Makes a ‘Wave’ of Disease? An Epidemiologist Explains

August 8, 2020

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Presented by The Conversation

U-M Research Assistant Professor and Epidemiologist, Abram Wagner, explains how disease waves aren’t scientifically defined and how looking to the history of previous pandemics may be useful in helping understand the one we are currently experiencing.

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