Implications of Genomics on Public Health

Public health practice aims to recognize the causes of the disease,anticipate and avoid it where possible, and or else detect it early and efficiently treat it so as to mitigate morbidity, disability and death. The making of effective epidemiological methods is to look at disease over the past years and its contribution  to the risk factors and providing basic strategies for disease prevention and health promotion

  • Health Screening
  • Public Health Practice
  • Health Protection
  • Personalized Prevention

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