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The models used by investigators in the Cetner for Health Decision Science combine information about the natural history of a disease and intervention efficacy with other relevant demographic and epidemiological characteristics of a population. The disease-based mathematical models that are developed by many of the Center for Health Decision Science investigators are often "biologically-based," taking into account both epidemiological observations as well as the mechanics of the disease process as it unfolds. Others are mainly empirically based, drawing on evidence obtained from clinical trials or observational ...
Boston, MA — More than two billion people worldwide do not have adequate access to surgical treatment, according to a new study from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). The researchers also found that people living in high-income regions have far greater access to operating theatres (surgery sites) than those living in low-income regions and that surgical facilities in low-income settings often lack essential equipment. A substantial amount of the global burden of disease comes from illnesses and disorders that require surgery, such as complicated childbirth, cancer and ... Read More
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