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Frequency of the CCR5-delta 32 chemokine receptor gene mutation in the Lebanese population
Karam, W.; Jurjus, R.; Khoury, N.; Khansa, H.; Assad, C.; Zalloua, P.; Jurjus, A. ( 2004 )

A direct correlation between HIV infection and mutation in the chemokine receptor [CCR5] gene has been established. However, such correlation has never been investigated in Lebanon. We report the frequency of the CCR5-delta 32 mutation in a r and om sample of 209 healthy, HIV-1 seronegative Lebanese aged 19-68. Overall, 4.8% were heterozygous for the mutation. Homozygosity was absent from our sample. The frequency for the CCR5-delta 32 allele was 2.5%. Distribution of the mutation was unaffected by sex, age, religion or educational level. The frequency in the Lebanese population is consistent with that in the origin of the mutation in northern Europe. This could be attributed to a gene flow into the Middle East from northern Europe

Frequency of unemployment among epileptic patients in Tikrit, Iraq
Al Saad, S.K.; Al Khayat, J.Q.; Al Nooman, N.N. ( 2001 )

Epilepsy is a chronic illness that affects all ages and which has long-term complications, such as impairment of employability. We estimated the unemployment rate among 100 epileptic patients attending two public medical clinics in Tikrit. The overall rate of unemployment was 33%. The rate was significantly greater in those whose epilepsy was not controlled and those in whom the age at onset of epilepsy was younger

Frequency of visits for health care by low-birth-weight and preterm Saudi infants in the first year of life
Al Qahtani, D.A.; Imtiaz, M.L.; Al Dusari, S.N.; Mustafa, A.P.; Rafael, R. ( 2005 )

A retrospective hospital-based cross-sectional survey in a Saudi Arabian hospital compared the frequency of visits to hospital of low-birth-weight and normal-birth-weight infants and of preterm and full-term infants during the first year of life. A multivariate analysis of the visits for health care with birth weight, term, Apgar score, mode of delivery and sex was made for 1892 infants. The number of visits for health care was significantly higher for low-birth-weight and preterm infants. While the mode of delivery had no effect on the frequency of visits, male sex and poor Apgar score 5 minutes after birth were associated with greater frequency of visits to specialty clinics and higher rates of hospitalization

Frequency of World Health Assemblies
World Health Assembly, 11 ( 1958 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies
World Health Assembly, 12 ( 1959 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies
World Health Assembly, 12 ( 1959 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies
Executive Board, 23 ( 1959 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies: amendment proposed by Professor Aujaleu and Professor Canaperia to the draft resolution appearing in document EB23/WP/12: complete text of amended resolution
Executive Board, 23 ( 1959 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies: draft resolution
Executive Board, 23 ( 1959 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies: draft resolution presented by the Delegations of Canada, The Federation of Malaya, New Zealand, and Turkey
World Health Assembly, 12 ( 1959 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies: proposal submitted by the Government of Canada
World Health Assembly, 11 ( 1958 )
Frequency of World Health Assemblies: report by the Director-General
Executive Board, 23 ( 1958 )
Frequency of Yersinia species infection in paediatric acute diarrhoea in Tehran
Soltan Dallal, M.M.; Moezardalan, K. ( 2004 )

This study determined the frequency of Yersinia enterocolitica infection in 300 children with acute diarrhoea aged 0-12 years who were attending a paediatric hospital in Tehran. Over the 5-month study [May-September 2002], Yersinia species and other organisms were cultured and serotyped from stool samples or swabs. Yersinia spp. were found in 8 cases [2.7%]. Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli was isolated in 5.7% of cases, Shigella spp. in 3.0% and Salmonella spp. in 2.0%. None of the Y. enterocolitica belonged to the common serotypes of O:3 and O:9. Atypical Yersinia spp. [Y. intermedia and Y. frederiksenii] were isolated. All Y. enterocolitica isolates had a similar pattern of antimicrobial resistance. Yersinia spp. infections are not common in the summer months in Tehran

Frequently asked questions
World Health Organization ( 2009 )
Frequently asked questions about community-based initiatives
World Health Organization ( 2003 )

Investing in health, particularly that of the poor, is central to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. In support of this strategy WHO's Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean is actively promoting in countries of the Region community-based initiatives like Basic Development Needs, Healthy Cities, Healthy Villages and Women in Health and Development. These approaches are based on the principle that good health status-an important goal in its own right-is central to creating and sustaining capabilities of poor people to meet their basic needs and to escape from poverty. The Community-Based Initiatives Series is aimed at facilitating the management of such initiatives. Users of the series may include government authorities, community representatives, WHO and other international agencies and nongovernmental organizations

Frequently asked questions about generic medicines
( 2007 )
Frequently asked questions about the 4-drug fixed-dose combination tablet recommended by the World Health Organization for treating tuberculosis
Stop TB Initiative; Stop TB Partnership. Global Drug Facility ( 2003 )
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Frequently Asked Questions on Blood Donation
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2015-06 )
Frequently asked questions on DDT use for disease vector control
Global Partnership to Roll Back Malaria ( 2004 )
Fresh hope for Paraguayan mothers / Maggie Jones
Jones, Maggie ( 1992 )
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