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Risk factors for breast cancer in patients presenting at the khartoum Teaching Hospital

By Amged Mohammed Salih Mohammed Ahmed

Omdurman Islamic University

Cancer & Oncology

Published: Aug 01, 2018 | pg. no: 1-24

Abstract: Female breast cancer is by far the leading cancer in the Sudan.Studying risk factors for breast cancer are important for a reduction of the incidence.Objectives: To study the risk factors for breast cancer at Khartoum teaching hospital in the study period and to compare them with the literature.Patients and methods: It is prospective study conducted at Khartoum Teaching Hospital.In this study, 110 ...[Read more]

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Recent Trends on Chemically Modified Chitosan for Biological Interest

By Mahmoud A Hussein

Assiut University, Egypt

Biosensors & Bioelectronics

Published: Jul 05, 2017 | pg. no: 24

Abstract: There is no doubt that, chitosan is considered as one of the most important biopolymers that can easily extracted from nature resources or synthesized in the chemical laboratories. Chitosan also display a suitable number of important properties in different fields of applications. Recently, chitosan has been reported as a perfect candidate as a trestle macromolecule for variable biological fields ...[Read more]

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Relationship between Bullying and Behavior Problems (Anxiety, Depression, Stress) among Adolescence: Impact on Academic Performance

By Ammara Asif

Foundation University, Pakistan


Published: Jul 23, 2016 | pg. no: 1-38

Abstract: The present study examined the relationship between bullying and behavior problems (anxiety, depression, stress) among adolescents and impact of these variables on academic performance. Sample of 200 students including 25 female students and 25 male students from 9th to 12 grades were selected for the present study. The age of the sample ranged from 13 to 18 years. Illinois Bullying Scale (Espelag ...[Read more]

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