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March-April 2018| Vol 10| Issue 2


Practice of clinical ethics in developing countries: About time to revisit

Introduction The term “clinical ethics” has been in use in American medicine for over 40 years. It denotes a structured methodology to analyze and solve ethical issues in...


Research and ramadan fasting: Not too much of a good thing!

Over the last 30 years, there has been an exponential rise in the volume of literature covering many aspects of health-related issues of Ramadan fasting [Figure 1]. This reflects the relentless incr...


Ushering in the era of circulatory otologic biomarkers

The article by Hana and Bawi in the current issue of this Journal entitled “Prestin, Otolin-1 regulation and human 8-oxoG DNA glycosylase1 gene polymorphisms in noise-induced hearing loss̶...

Review Article

The year in ramadan fasting research (2017): A narrative review

Ramadan fasting is one of the five Pillars of Islam. While there are several exemptions from fasting, many Muslims with medical conditions still choose to fast. This may adversely affect their healt...

Original Article

Low awareness about breast self-examination and risk factors of breast cancer in Benghazi, Libya

Background: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the Eastern Mediterranean region and the leading cause of cancer mortality worldwide. Objectives: The study aimed to asc...

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