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Browsing by Subject "Women health"

Browsing by Subject "Women health"

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  • Ahmed, Syed Masud; Rawal, Lal B.; Chowdhury, Sadia A.; Murray, John; Arscott-Mills, Sharon; Jack, Susan; Hinton, Rachael; Alam, Prima M.; Kuruvilla, Shyama (© Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2016, 2016-02-21)
    OBJECTIVE: To identify how 10 low- and middle-income countries achieved accelerated progress, ahead of comparable countries, towards meeting millennium development goals 4 and 5A to reduce child and maternal ...
  • Ginsburg, Ophira M; Bray, Freddie; Coleman, Michel P; Vanderpuye, Verna Dnk; Eniu, Alexandru; Kotha, S Rani; Sarker, Malabika; Huong, Tran Thanh; Allemani, Claudia; Dvaladze, Allison; Gralow, Julie; Yeates, Karen; Taylor, Carolyn; Oomman, Nandini; Krishnan, Suneeta; Sullivan, Richard; Kombe, Dominista; Blas, Magaly M; Parham, Groesbeck; Kassami, Natasha; Conteh, Lesong (© 2017 The Lancet, 2017-02-25)
    Every year, more than 2 million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer, yet where a woman lives, her socioeconomic status, and agency largely determines whether she will develop one of these cancers ...
  • Biswas, Pritha Promita (BRAC University, 2017-07)
    Bangladesh is an endemic zone for Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) which is associated with both epidemic and sporadic infections. Since there have been few population-based studies of this country’s HEV burden, its epidemiological ...
  • Rakhshanda, Shagoofa (BRAC Univeristy, 2016-07)
    With an increase in the number of hepatitits E viral infected patients since the identification of the virus in 1983, there is a rising concern in Bangladesh. A better understanding of the virus at the genetic level can ...