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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Scapegoating, Promiscuity, Anal Sex

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14 Mar 2013
31
Week #8: invisible women class, gender and hiv by farmer 1999b. Aids was first recognized as a clinical syndrome in 1981 summer. Physicians in californ
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UTSCANTC68H3Sandy RomainSummer

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Basic Reproduction Number, Case Fatality Rate, Cestoda

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8 Jun 2016
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Endemic: when infectious/non-infectious diseases are present in a population at a relatively low constant level at all times- (little changes in incide
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Autism Spectrum, Victor Perez, Social Constructionism

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17 Mar 2013
36
Week # 11: the rhetoric of science and statistics in claims of an autism epidemic by victor perez. Purpose: examine the rhetorical use of scientific me
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Epidemiology Of Autism, Thiomersal, Intellectual Disability

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15 Mar 2013
27
One in 166 is the proportion of children who suffer from autism. Mmr contain thimerosal, a preservative that contains mercury that parents say causes a
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UTSCANTC68H3R SongWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Multi-Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, Poor Folk, Streptomycin

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19 Dec 2012
27
In this case, emerging is synonymous with re-emerging. Some attribute increased tb cases to hiv. Antibiotics for tb has saved many lives, but death rat
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Tuberculosis, Neocolonialism, Brazilian Purpuric Fever

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14 Mar 2013
19
Week # 9: rethinking emerging infectious diseases by farmer 1999a. Renewed interest in epidemics and new and newly virulent pathogens. We have technolo
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UTSCANTC68H3Erin BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy, Chronic Wasting Disease, Fatal Familial Insomnia

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21 Apr 2013
32
Antc68 week 10 - lidenbaum 2001: past epidemics have left beneficial imprint on social institutions. Cholera public health approach stressing quarantin
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Eric Brunner, Rhesus Macaque, Cardiovascular Disease

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16 Mar 2013
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Social Contract, Multi-Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, Structural Violence

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14 Mar 2013
23
Week #8: the persistent plagues biological expressions of social inequalities by farmer 1999c. Average hiv patient mean age less than 30, half are wome
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Lesson Learned, Disease Surveillance, Media Indonesia

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23 Feb 2013
18
Community response to avian flu in central java, indonesia by padmawati. Avian flu should be thought of as more than just an epidemiological challenge
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Medical Anthropology, Syndemic, Biological Interaction

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20 Jan 2013
26
Syndemics and public health reconceptualizing disease in bio-social context. Syndemic: term to label the synergistic interaction of two or more coexist
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UTSCANTC68H3BryceWinter

ANTC68H3 Chapter Notes -Mass Media, Drug Resistance, Trematode Life Cycle Stages

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20 Jan 2013
20
Applying medical anthropology in the control of infectious diseases . Key problem according to good: scientific knowledge is positioned superordinate t
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