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Reversion to an undesirable behavior pattern, such as committing another criminal offense after punishment or becoming drug-dependent again after an apparent cure of addiction. Recidivism rates are measured by recording the proportion of persons who must return to a custodial institution or a treatment clinic after having been declared “cured.”

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology — Law.


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