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Documenting attacks on health workers and facilities in armed conflicts
During armed conflicts, international humanitarian law (which regulates the conduct of parties engaged in war) protects health-care workers and health facilities, the wounded and the sick. In theExpand
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Radio frequency interference removal in a VHF/UHF deramp SAR
This paper summarizes the results of an ARPA/Army sponsored program to develop innovative approaches for reducing the effects of multiple source of radio frequency interference (RFI) on syntheticExpand
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Inflammatory basis of asthma.
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Automated two- and three-dimensional, fine-resolution radar imaging of rigid targets with arbitrary unknown motion
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An automated system for the SAR/ISAR imaging of rigid bodies which are undergoing arbitrarily complicated unknown motions is being developed. Expand
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Are drugs winning the games?
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Settlements and separation in the West Bank: future implications for health
The conflict and socioeconomic isolation that has been engendered by the policies of settlement expansion and separation barrier construction is arguably the most pervasive threat to the health ofExpand
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Small and light arms violence reduction as a public health measure: the case of Libya
The conflict environment in Libya is characterized by continued pervasive insecurity amidst the widespread availability of small arms and light weapons (SALW). After the First Civil War, armedExpand
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Cancer Trends in Asia Cancer Control in Bangladesh
Cancer is predicted to be an increasingly important cause of morbidity and mortality in Bangladesh in the next few decades. The estimated incidence of 12.7 million new cancer cases will rise to 21.4Expand
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Parenting adolescents from ethno-cultural backgrounds: A scan of community-based programs in Canada for the promotion of adolescent mental health
To i) describe current community-based programs across Canada to support parents for the promotion of adolescent mental health, with special attention to ethno-cultural populations; and ii) identifyExpand
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