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July-August 2018 | Vol 7 | Issue 4

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The Delhi declaration 2018: “Healthcare for all rural people” – Alma Ata revisited
In the 40th anniversary year of Alma Ata: Health for All by 2000 conference, Academy of Family Physicians of India organized the 15th WONCA World Rural Health conference in New...
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A study on cervical cancer screening in asymptomatic women using Papanicolaou smear in a tertiary care hospital in an urban area of Mumbai, India
Introduction: Cervical cancer is the most common cause of death among women in developing countries. Among the Indian women, cervical cancer is the most common genital tract cancer. Papanicol...
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Poliomyelitis era in Trinidad from 1940 to 1972 and beyond: Implications for effective global health governance for its eradication
Background: Acute poliomyelitis (APM/polio) is a viral infection caused by the polio virus that continues to have a fascinating social and economic impact on countries throughout the world. H...
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Patients satisfaction with consultation at primary health care centers in Abha City, Saudi Arabia
Aim of Study: This study aims to assess patients satisfaction regarding consultations at the General Clinics of primary health-care (PHC) centers, in Abha City. Patients and Methods: T...
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Determinants of wasting among schoolchildren in a Southwestern state of Nigeria: Implications to strengthen the nutritional component of primary health-care model
Background: Wasting is linked to about one-third of mortality among school-age children. More studies have centered on stunting among under-five children, with few documented studies explorin...
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