The Zambia health information digest July - September 2001
Kanyengo, C. W.
Mwansa, J.C. L.
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Cervical cancer is an important women's reproductive health problem, especially in African countries where many women die from the disease each year. Unlike many cancers, cervical cancer can be prevented. The abstracts herein give information on cervical cancer, with a focus on prevention of cancer through identification and treatment of precancerous lesions as well as on treatment of invasive disease. In this issue we have also focused primarily on HIV/AIDS as it affects the educational system in the country. Its impact on education is two fold: on the teaching staff as well as the school going children. And finally we we have included an article on the Polio virus.
CitationBowa, O., Kanyengo, C. W., Makono, S. and Mwansa, J.C. L. (2001). The Zambia health information digest July - September 2001. University of Zambia Medical Library
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