Review article -
Medical Published: May 04, 2017
Cancer In Women: Risk Factors and Prevention
Breast, lung, colon, endometrial, cervical and ovarian cancers are the most common cancers in women. Breast cancer incidence is increasing; but mortality caused by this cancer is decreasing. If breast cancer occurs early in age, the risk of contra lateral breast cancer, local and distant recurrence, and subsequent mortality are…
-Renata D. Dintinjana, Arnela Redzovic, and Marijan Dintinjana
Research article -
Medical Published: Oct 21, 2016
Forced and Resentful or Consented Participation of Teachers in Educating Primary School Children on Condom Use Issues in Tanzania? Perspectives of Parents, Teachers, Health Program Coordinators and Co
Strategies for the prevention and control of the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) caused by the human-immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continue to be a priority in all countries around the world as the HIV/AIDS pandemic remains one of the major global public health problem. AIDS affects people of all ages.
-Godfrey M. Mubyazi, Judith Msovela, Adiel K. Mushi, Sia E. Malekia, Joyce K. Ikingura, and Amon Exav
Short communication -
Medical Published: Sep 22, 2016
Reproductive Endocrinologist’s Perspective on Fertility Preservation
I strongly believe that all patients in the reproductive age group should be sent to a reproductive endocrinologist before the commencement of chemotherapy. There are several guidelines and committee opinions that recommend discussing fertility issues with patients prior to chemotherapy [1,2].
-Al-Jaroudi D*, Kaddour O, and Al-Badr A