Ramifications of poor medical education and screening in minority populations: an extensive acral melanoma

By Manasi Jiwrajka Ramifications of poor medical education and screening in minority populations: an extensive acral melanoma reports a case of a Samoan man with acral melanoma and explores the precipitating factors leading to the progression of a condition that may otherwise have been screened for and treated at a much earlier stage. This case is […]

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Maternal mortality in the developing world – what circumstances lead to the death of this young woman?

By Midhun Mohan – Student Editor Read this case about a 25-year-old anaemic woman who died from a massive atonic postpartum haemorrhage How and why did this happen? The case report states that on a national scale a culmination of three factors are responsible for the state of healthcare in India, especially in regard to […]

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