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Luetic, G. - - 2008
During the last few years, there has been an increasing desire to study and expand current knowledge about the different aspects of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in Latin America (LATAM). This report analyzes epidemiological data and specific aspects of MS in this region and aims to describe the current situation, based ...
Correale, J. - - 2008
Interest in MS has increased in Latin America (LATAM) and despite regional differences, recent observations point to an increase of its prevalence in the area. Furthermore, in LATAM, the genetic characteristics of MS are unique because of the intermarriage between Amerindians, Caucasians and Africans which has led to the marked ...
Phillips, C. - - 2008
Tehranzadeh, Jamshid - - 2008
Given, Curtis A., - - 2008
Youderian, Ari - - 2008
van Niekerk, - - 2008
Introduction. Following the suicide of a 4th-year medical student, questions were raised as to whether medical students are more vulnerable to depression and suicide than their counterparts studying other courses at the University of Pretoria. A literature search revealed that medical students and doctors run a higher risk for suicide ...
du Toit, - - 2008
Background. Suicide is an increasing phenomenon worldwide. A suicide occurs every 40 seconds, and there is 1 attempt every 1 to 3 seconds. By 2020, these figures may have doubled. No accurate statistics regarding the occurrence of attempted suicide (or non-fatal suicidal behaviour) in South Africa exist, because there has ...
Chiliza, Bonga - - 2008
Interest in the subject of first-episode psychosis has increased considerably in the last two decades. At present, a number of centres around the world focus on early identification and intervention in people with psychotic disorders. Researchers have focused particularly on people who are possibly experiencing the prodromal phase of the ...
de Mendonca Lima, Carlos - - 2008
Africa is a region where a demographic transition from high child mortality and low life expectancy, to low child mortality and high life expectancy is only just beginning. Nevertheless, some countries already have a growing number of persons over the age of 60--a number that is likely to increase rapidly. ...
Phillips, Rebecca - - 2008
Simon, Philipp - - 2008
Juneja, Vijay - - 2008
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Durham, Sharon - - 2008
Bliss, Rosalie - - 2008
Bliss, Rosalie - - 2008
McGinnis, Laura - - 2008
Peabody, Erin - - 2008
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