population prevented risk

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The proportion of the total risk of an exposure of interest that would exist in a specified population if that population were not protected by the exposure of interest. An example is the proportion of heart attacks expected in a population that does not consume alcohol that are prevented by exposure of a proportion of the population to moderate alcohol drinking.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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