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Understand the roles of risk assessment and risk management # understand the role of atsdr's public health assessment : 137: presentation outline i risk characterization 2 epidemiology is the study of causative factors associated with the occurrence and number. Our mission is to protect the public from infectious diseases by maintaining a responsive and high quality surveillance system that informs and guides public health practice, through the collection, analysis and dissemination of data.
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