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    • ASSAf consensus study on the ethical, legal and social implications of genetics and genomics in South Africa 

      Pepper, Michael S.; Towers, Wayne; Dandara, Collet; De Vries, Jantina; Dhai, Amaboo (ASSAf, 2018)
      South Africa is home to one of the most genetically diverse populations in the world, which, combined with its high disease burden and high-quality infrastructure, makes our country a prime location for conducting genetics ...
    • Asthma control limitations in selected primary health care clinics 

      Du Plessis, Jesslee M.; Gerber, Jan J.; Du Plessis, Jesslee M.; Gerber, Jan J. (AOSIS, 2009)
      Primary health care services worldwide are currently experiencing many quality-related problems. Efforts to improve these services appear to be sporadic and unsatisfactory. Investigations have revealed (Sharma & Sharma ...
    • Local variations in exclusive breastfeeding rates in Africa 

      Reimers, Penelope; Witten, Chantell; Coutsoudis, Anna (Nature, 2019)
      Large-scale analysis of 49 countries in Africa shows improvements in the prevalence of babies under 6 months of age being fed only breast milk, but there are large disparities in progress across and within countries