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by Leonid Heifets

eBook African Exposure download ISBN: 1615666184
Author: Leonid Heifets
Publisher: Tate Publishing (May 11, 2010)
Language: English
ePub: 1378 kb
Fb2: 1294 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Medics
Subcategory: Medicine

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African Exposure book. Details (if other): Cancel. African Exposure: Health Problems and Politics takes the reader on a journey to the pygmy villages of 1962 and to the Zulu camp of 1995, as well as to the wildlife safari in South Africa and Botswana.

African Exposure: Health Problems and Politics takes the reader on a journey to the pygmy villages of 1962 and to the Zulu camp of 1995, as well as to the wildlife safari in South Africa and Botswana.

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Leonid Heifets, MD, PhD, ScD. came to the US in 1978 after his emigration from the Soviet Union, where he was known as an expert in epidemiology and microbiology of infectious diseases

Leonid Heifets, MD, PhD, ScD. came to the US in 1978 after his emigration from the Soviet Union, where he was known as an expert in epidemiology and microbiology of infectious diseases. Professor Heifets has worked at National Jewish Health in Denver, Colorado, as director of the Mycobacteriology (TB) Reference Laboratory for the last thirty years. In 2009, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases presented Professor Heifets with the Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his many contributions to the prevention and control of tuberculosis.

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Member American Society Microbiology. Heifets, Leonid was born on January 5, 1926 in Russia. Came to the United States, 1979. Son of Boris and Luba Heifets. Doctor of Medicine, Medical Institute, Moscow, 1947; Doctor of Philosophy, Medical Institute, Moscow, 1953; Doctor of Science, Academy Medical Sciences, Moscow.

African Exposure: Health Problems and Politics takes the reader on a journey to the pygmy villages of 1962 and to the Zulu camp of 1995, as well as to the wildlife safari in South Africa and Botswana. The author tells of his experiences practicing medicine in remote areas of the Congo as a member of the Russian medical expedition in 1960 and 1962 and consultant on measures of tuberculosis control as an American expert in 1994 and 1995. Also presented in this book are non-conventional analyses of African socio-economic, political, and public health problems in a historical perspective up to the present time. Critical comments regarding the control of the HIV/AIDS and TB epidemics may be of interest to the general public. Although critical about the leadership in some African countries, the author expresses optimistic views on the future of the continent and its potential role in the world community.