Evolutionary epidemiology

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Evolutionary epidemiology consists in simultaneously analysing how parasites spread and evolve.[1]


  1. ^ Paul W. Ewald (6 January 1994). Evolution of Infectious Disease. Oxford University Press. pp. 8–. ISBN 978-0-19-534519-3. Darwinian medicine and evolutionary epidemiology are complementary in several ways. Whereas evolutionary epidemiology focuses on the spread of diseases, Darwinian medicine focuses more on the individual patient. Darwinian medicine ...