Define recurrence risk, Advanced Statistics

Recurrence risk: Usually the probability that an individual experiences an event of interest given previous experience(s) of the event; for example, the probability of recurrence of breast cancer in a woman who has previously had the disease. In medical genetics, however, the term means the chance that a genetic disease present in the family will recur in that family and affect another person (or persons).

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