Biological markers are currently of great interest to epidemiologists in every field. After placing markers within an historical and conceptual framework, the practical advantages and limitations of biological markers with respect to epidemiological methods and discusses criteria for the evaluation of markers. It ends by addressing the ethical and legal, as opposed to technical, constraints that such methods imply for future research.
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