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January-March  2014 |  Vol 58 |  Issue  1    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Reforms in medical education: Optimizing quantity and quality
  Developing an effective health care delivery system and ensuring universal access to health care immensely depend on the status of the medical education system and the nature of medical manpower it pr...
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  Breast and cervical cancer risk in India: An update
  Background: Breast and cervical cancers are two major cancers among Indian women. Analysis of trends would help in planning and organization of programs for control of these cancers. Objecti...
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  Functional disability among elderly persons in a rural area of Haryana
  Background: The number and proportion of elderly persons is increasing, in India, as well as the world. Disability is an important indicator to measure disease burden in this group. While some ...
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  Epidemiological profile of snake bite in South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal with focus on underreporting of snake bite deaths
  Background: Snake bite is a neglected public health problem in India. Very few community based epidemiological studies in India have been published so far on this issue. Most of the studies wer...
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