global medicine


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The branch of medicine concerned with the influence of environmental, climactic, and topographic conditions on health and prevalence of disease in different parts of the world

global medicine

Geomedicine 'The branch of medicine concerned with the influence of environmental, climactic, and topographic conditions on health and prevalence of disease in different parts of the world.' See Disaster.
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It will take over Wilmington's role heading global medicine development for both pills and injectable biologic drugs.
With the creation of Student Health Brigades (BES, Brigadas Estudantiles por la Salud) medical students developed the opportunity to become primary actors in the new global medicine.
The pattern of shipments from the Middle East via Europe mirrors an earlier episode involving fake versions of the Roche cancer drug in February, highlighting vulnerabilities in the global medicine supply chain.
Eleid intends to continue his commitment to global medicine.
Meg Jordan, the medical anthropologist and health journalist known as the Global Medicine Hunter.
Delegates assented to a resolution that supports the efforts by the Food and Drug Administration to educate osteopathic physicians on how to identify counterfeit drugs, which account for "approximately 10% of the global medicine market.
It has been estimated that fake drugs comprise more than ten percent of the global medicine market and reap huge profits for manufacturers and distributors worldwide.
Her keynote will cover "Adventures of a Global Medicine Hunter" and her other presentations will feature AFAA's complete Fitness Triage[R] 32-item questionnaire, designed to identify exercise risk status using AFAA's patented software and color-coded classification system.
A vital extension at a global medicine company's North East base will be officially opened today.
To develop a new global medicine, 10 to 20 years of research and development and 15-20 billion yen in investment are said to be required.
Its mission is to deliver the right medicine to the right patient at the right time through three areas of global medicine supply; clinical trial, unlicensed, and licensed medicines.
Dr Steven G Deeks is a professor of medicine in residence at the University of California, San Francisco and a faculty member in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

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