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    Tuberculosis epidemiology in Cabo Verde from 2006 to 2016

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-8702.000133

    Published On: May 19, 2021 | Pages: 003 - 007

    Author(s): Silvânia Da Veiga Leal*, Isaías Varela and Tomás Alves de Só Valdez
    Tuberculosis is an infectious disease usually caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This study aimed to analyze the epidemiological profile of Tuberculosis in Cabo Verde from 2006 to 2016. This is an epidemiological, longitudinal and descriptive study in which the secondary data on Tuberculosis were obtained from the annual statistical reports of the Mini ... CrossMark Publons Harvard Library HOLLIS Search IT Semantic Scholar Get Citation Base Search Scilit OAI-PMH ResearchGate Academic Microsoft GrowKudos Universite de Paris UW Libraries SJSU King Library SJSU King Library NUS Library McGill DET KGL BIBLiOTEK JCU Discovery Universidad De Lima WorldCat VU on WorldCat
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    Leucocrit-The white face of acute myeloid leukemia

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-8702.000132

    Published On: April 21, 2021 | Pages: 002 - 002

    Author(s): Tomas V Karajan*
    Of a 72-year-old patient who was brought to our emergency room with fever and worsening condition for several weeks. Initial blood count showed a hemoglobin of 48g/L with a hematocrit of 0.14. ... CrossMark Publons Harvard Library HOLLIS Search IT Semantic Scholar Get Citation Base Search Scilit OAI-PMH ResearchGate Academic Microsoft GrowKudos Universite de Paris UW Libraries SJSU King Library SJSU King Library NUS Library McGill DET KGL BIBLiOTEK JCU Discovery Universidad De Lima WorldCat VU on WorldCat
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    COVID-19, Time to Change Course

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-8702.000131

    Published On: January 22, 2021 | Pages: 001 - 001

    Author(s): Olen R Brown*
    Nearly one year ago the world awoke to a new disease, COVID-19. National economies and the lives of almost every individual on the planet Earth were directly impacted. The initial political and medical successes were to “flatten the curve” with social distancing, wearing masks and “lock-down” of society, and then to race toward a safe and effective vaccine. Two vaccin ... CrossMark Publons Harvard Library HOLLIS Search IT Semantic Scholar Get Citation Base Search Scilit OAI-PMH ResearchGate Academic Microsoft GrowKudos Universite de Paris UW Libraries SJSU King Library SJSU King Library NUS Library McGill DET KGL BIBLiOTEK JCU Discovery Universidad De Lima WorldCat VU on WorldCat
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