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Riyadh Lafta, Ashraf Hussain et al.
Iraq has passed through a series of successive conflicts, economic sanction and violence. The overall health sector in Iraq has been plunged and the services are facing a continuous shortage in vaccines, medicines and other supplies, and access of people to the basic health services being more impaired. The objective of this study was to portray t...Read more
Domaine: Infectious diseases epidemiology | 22 Oct 2018
Research
Violet Kayamba, et al. | 22 Oct 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 22 Oct 2018; 31(128)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection is associated with hypochlorhydria but the mechanism is unknown. The objective of this study was to determine effects of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) on ...Read more
Editorial
Luchuo Engelbert Bain, et al. | 03 Nov 2017
Pan African Medical Journal. 03 Nov 2017; 28(200)
Meaningful progress of medicine depends on research that must ultimately involve human subjects. Obtaining ethical approval therefore, especially in medical sciences, should be a moral reflex for rese...Read more
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Rita Patricia Frimpong-Mansoh, et al. | 19 Oct 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 19 Oct 2018; 31(126)
Tuberculosis (TB) was the leading cause of death from an infectious illness globally with an estimated 10.4 million new cases and 1.4 million deaths in 2015. In Ghana, from the 2013 TB prevalence sur...Read more
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Zenab Alami, et al. | 10 Oct 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 10 Oct 2018; 31(98)
L'objectif de l'étude et d'Analyser les caractéristiques épidémiologiques, cliniques, thérapeutiques et évolutives du carcinome indifférencié du...Read more
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Aaron Alesane, et al. | 19 Oct 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 19 Oct 2018; 31(124)
Financing access to healthcare services in developing countries remains a major challenge despite recent advances towards implementation of various health insurance policies in many low and middle-in...Read more
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Abdullah Ebrahim Laher, et al. | 28 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 28 May 2018; 30(61)
HIV and HTLV (Human T-ymphotropic Virus) are the only known retroviruses responsible for causing infection in humans. HTLV-1 and HIV-1 are frequent co-pathogens, however, despite its potential for acc...Read more
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Cavin Epie Bekolo, et al. | 02 Apr 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 02 Apr 2018; 29(189)
Many young people do not know their HIV status in sub-Saharan Africa where it is estimated that only 10% of young men and 15% of young women know their HIV status. In a rural community in Cameroon, we...Read more
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Mustapha Ben Moussa, et al. | 17 Oct 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 17 Oct 2018; 31(120)
Internal hernias are defined as the protrusion of abdominal viscera through an aperture in the intraperitoneal recesses, they are considered as a rare cause of intestinal obstruction. The paraduodenal...Read more
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Conducting a secondary data analysis to estimate the incidence of congenital syphilis in South Africa, 2010 - 2016.
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Outbreak of pertussis at community A in Dormaa Municipality, Ghana, August 2016.
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Investigating a cholera outbreak in Kaiso Fishing Village, Hoima District, Uganda, October 2015.
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Measles outbreak investigation in Southwest Ethiopia, February 2017.
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