cohort


co·hort

noun \ˈkō-ˌh(ə)rt\

Definition of COHORT

: a group of individuals having a statistical factor (as age or risk) in common <the population consisted of two cohorts: 204 clearly exposed and 163 not exposed—R. R. Suskind et al>

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