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August 2021 | Vol 10 | Issue 8

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Call for departments of public health at all medical colleges in India
Public Health has always been important for the general public, governments, and governance as it deals with the objective of improving population health through prevention, promotion, and health ed...
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Medicine or martyrdom? A peek into the rising violence against doctors during times of COVID 19
One would think, at a time where healthcare workers are the frontline warriors against the COVID 19 pandemic, the violence against them would subside; however, this is far from the truth. This comme...
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Role of vaccine science diplomacy in low-middle-income countries for eradicating the vaccine-preventable diseases: Targeting the “LAST MILE”
The meaning of “vaccine diplomacy (VD)” is defined as “the use of vaccines to increase a country's diplomatic relations and influence over other nations.” The golden era ...
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India needs a resilient cancer program
Background: We analyzed the trends for two important cancers affecting females, breast cancer and cervical cancer, using the Indian cancer registry data and correlated the findings with selec...
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Review Article
Viral pandemics in the past two decades: An overview
An epidemic that occurs worldwide, involving many countries and affecting a large population is called as a pandemic. The ongoing corona virus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has not only adversely affe...
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  Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care
ISSN - Print: 2249-4863,
Online: 2278-7135

Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, the official journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care Trust, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal.

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