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External Financial Aid to Blood Transfusion Services in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Need for Reflection
Jean-Pierre Allain and colleagues argue that, while unintended, the foreign aid provided for blood transfusion services in sub-Saharan Africa has resulted in serious negative outcomes, which requiresExpand
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‘Second generation’ Tongan transnationalism: Hope for the future?*
  • H. Lee
  • Political Science
  • 1 August 2004
Tonga's economy is supported by remittances from Tongans overseas, but there are indications that the younger gener- ations are unlikely to maintain this level of support. There appears to be aExpand
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The Association Between Spirituality and Depression in Parents Caring for Children with Developmental Disabilities: Social Support and/or Last Resort
Associations between spirituality and depression were examined in parents of children with developmental disabilities using both quantitative and qualitative methodology. Spirituality was positivelyExpand
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Overseas-born youth in Tongan high schools: Learning the hard life
  • H. Lee
  • Political Science
  • 14 December 2017
As the Tongan diaspora continues to grow it is increasingly common for the overseas-born children of migrants to attend high school in Tonga for one or more school terms. Sometimes the childrenExpand
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Diagnostic Criteria for Essential Tremor
Methods: As part of the Washington Heights-Inwood Genetic Study of ET (WHIGET), a population-based study of ET, 285 subjects who include 36 case subjects with probable or definite ET, 34 caseExpand
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Human T‐Cell Lymphotropic Virus Infection among Blood Donors in South Florida
SummaryKnowledge of the epidemiologic pattern of human T-lymphotropic virus (HTLV) in the United States is being enlarged by blood donor screening. We tested stored sera from 29,937 donations made inExpand
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Respite care for people with dementia
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Hazardous alcohol use in a sample of first episode psychosis patients in Singapore
BackgroundHazardous alcohol use has often been found to be more prevalent amongst psychiatric outpatients than the general population. Additionally, it has also been associated with poorer outcomes.Expand
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Idiopathic chronic productive cough and response to open‐label macrolide therapy: An observational study
Adult patients with chronic productive cough of unknown cause are commonly seen in respiratory clinics. We have previously described a subgroup of these patients who have a short‐lived response toExpand
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