Epidemiologists use research, statistical analysis, field investigations, and laboratory techniques to attempt to determine the cause of a disease, how it spreads, and what can be done to prevent and control it. They measure the incidence of a disease and relate it to characteristics of populations and environments. Many work on developing new methods or refining old ways of measuring and evaluating incidence of disease.

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