prevention of disease

he difference between primary and secondary prevention of disease is:

 

primary prevention means control of causal factors, while secondary prevention means control of symptoms.

 

primary prevention means control of acute disease, while secondary prevention means control of chronic disease.

 

primary prevention means control of causal factors, while secondary prevention means early detection and treatment of disease.

 

primary prevention means increasing resistance to disease, while secondary prevention means decreasing exposure to disease.