PHM-Exch> October 2017 MEDICC Review Issue Now Online!
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October 2017 issue nowonline…
MEDICC Review is the first peer-reviewed journalin English featuring original Cuban medical and population health research,public health policy and practice. The journal also carries international researchand writing on themes related to health equity.
MEDICC Review is an OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL, freely available online.
- Biosimilars and Health Equity
- Is There an Oncologic Transition in LMICs?
- Cuba’s Immunoassay Center at 30 Years
Also in thisissue:
- Cholera Virulence and Drug Resistance in Cuba
- Simplifying Risk Prediction for Major Abdominal Surgery
- Challenges for Dengue Control in the Dominican Republic
- Does Cuba Need a Prediabetes Registry?
Table of Contents October 2017 (Vol 19, No 4)
Hurricanes,Atmospheric and Political
ThirtyYears of Technology at Work for Health:
NiurkaCarlos, Immunoassay Center, Havana
Gail Reed MS
Biosimilarsand the Real World
Nuris Ledón MS MBA PhD andAgustín Lage MD PhD
PredictingAbdominal Surgery Mortality: A ModelBased on Intra-abdominal Pressure
Caridad de Dios Soler-MorejónMD MS PhD, et al.
Determinantsof Virulence and Antimicrobial Susceptibility in Non-O1, Non-O139 Vibrio cholerae Isolates
Anabel Fernández-Abreu MS, et al.
HealthWorkers’ Perceived Challenges for Dengue Prevention and Control in the DominicanRepublic
Bienvenido A. Veras-Estévez MD MPH andHelena J. Chapman MD MPH PhD
HumanEvolutionary Carcinogenesis and Effects of Demographic and EpidemiologicTransitions in Low- and Middle-IncomeCountries
Armando E. Pérez-Cala MD MS and EdgarBenítez-Sánchez MD MS
CubaNeeds a Prediabetes Registry Now
Junior Vega-Jiménez MD MPH
CubanResearch in Current International Journals
About the Contributors
MEDICC Review (ISSN 1527-3172, online) is a quarterlyjournal published by MEDICC (Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba), a nonprofitorganization founded in 1997 to enhance cooperation among the US, Cuban, andglobal health communities aimed at better health outcomes and equity.
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