Features

Humanity Lost?

Issue 11 Volume 1 Feature ‘We started the revolution holding roses. Hoping for support from the international community. Years passed. The roses turned into guns. But the hope for support ...
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Redefining Women’s Health: A Noncommunicable Diseases Perspective

Issue 11 Volume 1 Feature Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) – mainly cardiovascular diseases, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes – represent a major challenge for sustainable development in the twenty-first century ...
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Healthcare in Conflict Zones

Issue 11 Volume 1 Feature Introduction Medical neutrality in war-ravaged areas is the cornerstone of healthcare provision in conflict zones. However, weaponisation of healthcare – the deliberate destruction or removal ...
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Surgery: Luxury or Necessity?

Issue 11 Volume 1 Feature The seminal report published by the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery (LCoGS) in April 2015 highlighted that an estimated 5 billion people continue to lack ...
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Beyond the Horizon and Back Again: Interview with Professor David Hilmers

Issue 11 Volume 1 Feature Prelude The globalisation of medicine, particularly within the last 50 years, both students and practitioners with an exciting - yet staggering - amount of career ...
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