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The null value for the relative risk is 1. 5 times, or 50% greater, the risk for disease as unexposed individuals). 5 indicates that the rate in exposed individuals was half that of the rate in the nonexposed individuals). Strengths and Weaknesses The ability to obtain both attributable and relative risks is a strength of cohort studies. In addition, cohort studies are less susceptible to selection and recall bias. Misclassification of exposure and confounding variables can occur, however. Disadvantages of a cohort study generally include higher cost and longer time for completion.
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