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January-March  2017 |  Vol 61 |  Issue  1    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Vision 2030: Dog-mediated human rabies-free India: Action must begin now
  Rabies is a zoonotic disease that is almost always fatal yet is practically 100% preventable. Worldwide, annually about 55,000–60,000 persons die of rabies,[1] of which 20,000, that is nearl...
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  Perceptions of nonsurgical permanent contraception among potential users, providers, and influencers in Wardha district and New Delhi, India: Exploratory research
  Background: New permanent contraceptive methods are in development, including nonsurgical permanent contraception (NSPC). Objective: In the present study, perceptions of NSPC in India am...
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  Risk factors for death during a resurgence of influenza-A (H1N1) pdm09 in Punjab State in 2013
  Background: In 2013, high mortality from influenza-A (H1N1) pdm09 (pH1N1) was observed in Punjab, India. Objectives: To describe cases and deaths of 2013 pH1N1 positives, to evaluate the...
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  Depression in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy in a tertiary care hospital of North Bengal, India
  Background: Detection of cancer and subsequent chemotherapy can lead to clinical depression in many cancer patients. Objectives: The study was conducted to find out the extent of depress...
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