South Africa is on the brink of a population explosion, especially with regard to its Black citizens.
An analysis of 78 patients with surgical stage I adeno-carcinoma of the endometrium reveals that several factors influence the prognosis.
The recent invasion of southern Africa by cholera stimulated the establishment of a regional cholera reference laboratory and surveillance centre.
The children in this study had evidence of severe pulmonary disease when they were first radiographed.
In a series of 176 patients, 40 children (23%) developed tuberculosis notwithstanding BCG vaccination.
Interest in mental deficiency was at a low ebb in the 19th century.