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Edelweiss Journal of Biomedical Research and Review (ISSN 2690-2613)

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AbstractBackground: In women cervical cancer is the leading cause of death among all cancers in developing countries, but it can be controlled through prevention and early detection of precursor lesions. In 2013 there were 223 new cases of cervical cancer in Swaziland with an estimated 118 cervical cancer related deaths. Most clients suffering

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AbstractContext: The leading cause of death in the U.S. is heart disease with obesity as the major correlate and, some believe, Cause: Obesity is caused by eating behaviors. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force notes the need for, yet absence of, randomized controlled trials of behavior modification interventions for cardiovascular disease

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AbstractThe genetic profile of Negritos of the Philippines differs from the non-Negrito groups with mitochondrial DNA haplogroups B4b1a2, B5, D6a, M, M52a, and N11b. Although Negritos are not seen in Taiwan, the strong genetic affinity between the Philippines and Taiwan Mountain Tribe Aborigines (TwMtA), and Folks tales of TwMtA, Saisiyat and

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Molecular engineers are studying FAAH as a target for pharmaceuticals as controlling levels of FAAH may produce some of the same health effects that excite clinicians about the potential for phytocannabinoid-based medicines. Synthetic cannabinoids work by flooding the system with molecules structurally similar to THC and other phytocannabinoids

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DOI Number: https://doi.org/10.33805/2690-2613.101

The Rat Uterus after U-74389G Process

Constantinos Tsompos, Constantinos Panoulis, Konstantinos Toutouzas, Aggeliki Triantafyllou, George C Zografos, Kalliopi Tsarea, Maria Karamperiand Apostolos Papalois

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Aim: This study co-evaluated the 4 quoted histologic variables after the lazaroid U-74389G (L) drug administration. The calculation was based on the results of 2 preliminary studies, each one evaluating two respective histologic variables of Endometrial Edema (EE) and Uterus Inflammation (UI) or Endometrial Karyorrhexis (EK) and Uterus Congesti

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