Relative risk, Advanced Statistics

Relative risk is the measure of the association between the exposure to a particular factor and the risk or probability of a convinced outcome, calculated as follows 
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therefore a relative risk of 5, for instance, means with the exposed person is 5 times as likely to have the disease as the one who is not exposed to it. Relative risk does not measure the probability.

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