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  1. Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine immunisation as an intervention programme for the prevention of cervical cancer and other similar HPV genotype-related diseases in South Africa: Some ethical and legal matters for consideration
    Motopi, Lineo Mamphi, 2014-08-22T07:55:12Z
    A new opportunity to reduce cervical cancer deaths as well as other HPV associated diseases arises from recently developed prophylactic vaccines. A large body of scientific literature concludes that the vaccines provide 100% protection against the oncogenic (high-risk) HPV types 16 and 18, which are ...
  2. Investigating Ikaros deletions in cohort of South African acute lymphoblastic leukemia patients
    Moodley, Mishalan, 2014-08-22T08:22:08Z
    INTRODUCTION: Despite best current therapy, acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) still remains the most common cause of cancer-related death in children and young adults. Relapse is the main reason for treatment failure in ALL patients and occurs in 15-20% of these patients. Current risk stratificatio ...
  3. The prevalence of B-lactamase-producing anaerobic oral bacteria and the genes responsible for this enzyme production in patients with chronic periodontitis
    Binta, Buhle Ntandokazi, 2014-08-22T08:29:40Z
    Introduction: Chronic peridontitis is an inflammatory disease that is caused by the accumulation of bacteria in the form of a biofilm in the periodontal pocket. It can be treated with oral hygiene in conjunction with β-lactam antibiotics. Many oral anaerobic bacteria associated with chronic periodon ...
  4. The physiological status of the tsetse fly, glossina fuscipes fuscipes, attracted to different hosts and control devices and its implications for control of human and animal african trypanosomiasis
    Njiru, Basilio Ngari, 2014-08-22T08:36:32Z
    A dissertation submitted to the faculty of Science, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science. Johannesburg, 2014. ...
  5. Bilateral tax treaties: is sufficient relief provided in triangular tax situations?
    Uys, Odette, 2014-08-22T08:37:16Z
    Thesis (M.Com. (Taxation))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, School of Accountancy, 2014. ...
  6. Exploring the experience of community health workers operating in contexts where trauma and its exposure are continuous.
    Thomson, Kirsten Jean, 2014-08-22T08:39:58Z
    Violent and traumatic events are a regular occurrence in many South Africans’ lives. The term "continuous traumatic stress’ was coined by South African anti-apartheid health professionals in the 1980’s to explain the continuous nature of violence and trauma happening within the country. Although the ...
  7. Reverse transcription loop mediated isothermal amplication for low cost HIV-1 viral load qualification in resources limited settings
    Papadopoulos, Andrea Olga, 2014-08-22T08:42:13Z
    Background: A novel, isothermal nucleic acid amplification method, RT-LAMP, presents potential for nucleic acid amplification-based diagnostics in resource-limited settings. Low-cost HIV-1 viral load monitoring will improve access to ART for HIV-1-infected individuals present in settings where on-si ...
  8. "Is Treasury broadening the divide between shareholders and employees - an analysis of the role taxation plays in share incentive plans"
    Hunt, Kirsten, 2014-08-22T08:49:56Z
    Thesis (M.Com. (Taxation))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, School of Accountancy, 2014. ...
  9. Age estimation from the os coxae in black South Africans
    Pininski, Melissa, 2014-08-22T08:46:52Z
    The accurate estimation of age is considered important from an ethical, legal and archaeological perspective. Among the numerous methods based on macroscopic skeletal studies for age estimation, the Suchey-Brooks (1990) method for aging from the pubic symphysis and the Buckberry and Chamberlain ( ...
  10. The relationship between alcohol use and risky sexual behaviour in South Africa
    Magni, Sarah, 2014-08-22T08:51:23Z
    Introduction: Alcohol is an indirect contributor to HIV transmission in sub-Saharan Africa. Alcohol users in general, and heavy, episodic drinkers in particular, are more likely to engage in risky sexual behaviour. Interventions promoting the reduction of alcohol use in conjunction with sex are like ...