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why is it argued that confounding is a type of bias, and why it is argued that it is not a bias?

why is it argued that confounding is a type of bias, and why it is argued that it is not a bias?


EPIDEMIOLOGY

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Why is it argued that confusion is a type of bias? It is due to confusion biases, which are produced by the presence of a... View the full answer

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Confounding is considered as a bias in epidemiology studies because variables that can alter correct intepretation of the... View the full answer

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