New Technologies for Cervical Cancer Prevention revolutionize the public health.

‘New Technologies for Cervical Cancer Prevention revolutionize the public health. ‘So Silvana Luciani of the Pan American Health Organization ‘Visual screening methods, high-tech DNA testing for HPV and the new HPV vaccines provide an incredible opportunity for to strengthen prevention. We must protect girls from HPV infection with the vaccine, but immunization is not a substitute for screening. Screening programs are needed to care for women who infected with HPV infected with HPV because the vaccine. Not protect them effectively , and there is no cancer-causing types of HPV the vaccine Research shows that combination combination of vaccination and cervical cancer screening drastically reduce deaths in the coming decades.

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Many of the nanobiotechnology nanobiotechnology, high-throughput allows enables Some of nanostructures such as fullerenes are themselves drug candidates as they can. Precise grafting of active chemical groups in three-dimensional orientations. The most important pharmaceutical applications are in drug delivery Apart from offering a solution problems is nanobiotechnology and intracellular delivery possibilities.. In her closing remarks, asked Dr.On Dubai Caresin September 2007 by HV HRC Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler from Dubai Cares launched Dubai is a city – nationwide initiative which has raised $ USD 1 billion assist of educating 1 million children in poor countries. The funds are support training programs UNICEF and other partners.

This step is part a campaign from Dubai Cares for Adult training to one million child to to bringing help to contribute Millennium Development Goal 2 – achieving the general primary school education by 2015.

Dubai Cares 2007 from 2007 by HV HRC Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai. Been signed in accordance with a MoU by both partners, the Golf Charity eng closely with UNICEF to education programs the countries at Africa, Eastern Europe, South Asia and Middle Eastern. – ‘Education offers vital opportunities for children and helps communities breaking cycle of poverty,’said UNICEF Executive Director Ann M.