Hill AB (1937)

Principles of medical statistics. London: Lancet.
In a series of articles published in The Lancet in 1937 and republished in a book the same year, the British statistician Austin Bradford Hill introduced the principles of medical statistics to medical doctors.

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Portrait(s)

 Austin Bradford Hill (1897-1991)

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Acknowledgements

The editors are grateful to:

The Wellcome Trust for making available the portrait of Austin Bradford Hill (1897-1991).

Elsevier Ltd. for making a pdf of this article available (letter to Iain Chalmers from Laura Pritchard, 14 May 2014). For conditions of further reproduction, see here.

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