PROMOTING ACCESS TO AFRICAN RESEARCH

African Health Sciences - Vol 7, No 2 (2007)

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Articles

Cyclosporiasis: an emerging public health concern around the world and in Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R M Karanja, W Gatei, N Wamae
Organisms associated with bacterial vaginosis in Nigerian women as determined by PCR-DGGE and 16S rRNA gene sequence EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Anukam, G Reid
Primary school children\'s perspectives on common diseases and medicines used: implications for school healthcare programmes and priority setting in Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Akello, R Reis, E Ovuga, C B Rwabukwali, C Kabonesa, A Richters
Epidemiological factors that promote the development of severe malaria anaemia in children in Ibadan EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C I Anumudu, C M Okafor, K A Afolabi, V Ngwumohaike, R I Nwuba, M Nwagwu
Effect of HIV-1 infection on malaria treatment outcome in Ugandan patients EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Byakika-Kibwika, E Ddumba, M Kamya
Expansion of HIV-1 screening and anti-retroviral treatment programs in a resource-poor setting: results from a faith-based organization in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Lum, C Isichei, M Isichei-Wakili, R Redfield
Functional adrenal insufficiency among critically ill patients with human immunodeficiency virus in a resource-limited setting EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D B Meya, E Katabira, M Otim, A Ronald, R Colebunders, D Njama, H Mayanja-Kizza, C C Whalen, M Sande
Neonatal nutrition and later outcomes of very low birth weight infants at Kenyatta national hospital EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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F Were, N O Bwibo
Cardiorespiratory changes during upper gastrointestinal endoscopy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B B Osinaike, A Akere, T O Olajumoke, E O Oyebamiji


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