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    • El cólera en la Costa Rica de 1856 

      Mata Jiménez, Leonardo (1992-02)
      La segunda pandemia del cólera que se iniciara en 1829 en en la India, llego a las Américas y atacó México, Guatemala, Nicaragua y Panamá. No se tiene noticia de que en esa ocasión el cólera llegara a Costa Rica, lo cual ...
    • D-Loop mtDNA deletion as a Unique marker of chibchan Ameridians [resumen] 

      Santos Pasamontes, María; Barrantes Mesén, Ramiro (1994)
      Carta al editor. Torroni et al. (1993) presented an extensive restriction-site analysis of Native American mtDNAs from 17 widely dis- tributed Na-Dene and Amerindian tribes. For sometime we have been analyzing mtDNA control ...
    • Facind AIDS in Costa Rica 

      Mata Jiménez, Leonardo (1988-03)
      The 1st AIDS case was diagnosed in Costa Rica in 1985. By January 1988, 47 cases were recorded. Most cases are in hemophiliacs and homosexuals; one is in the heterosexual partner of a hemophiliac. 55% of hemophiliacs in ...
    • Global overview of injecting drug use and HIV infection 

      McCoy, Clyde B.; Rodríguez, Frank (lancet 265 p. 1008-1009, 2005-03-19)
      Late in 2004, Carmen Aceijas and colleagues, on behalf of the United Nations Reference Group on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care among IDU in Developing and Transitional Countries, presented global estimates of the prevalence ...
    • How harmful is diarrhoea? 

      Mata Jiménez, Leonardo (1986-04)
      Apart from the physical suffering and deaths that they cause at the individual and family level, diarrhoeal diseases also play a negative role in national development
    • Pacientes con cáncer merecen una mejor calidad de vida 

      Fonseca Calvo, María Eugenia (Revista Crisol, n. 12, p. 21-23, 2004, 2004)
      El amor, la alimentación sana, la comprensión, la compañía de su familia, la esperanza y la fe, son básicos para que los pacientes con cáncer tengan una mejor calidad de vida. Así se desprende de una serie de talleres ...