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CANNSUN MEDHEL GROUP PLC ANNOUNCES INITIATION OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON PSILOCYBIN AND WOMEN’S HEALTH

DUBLIN, IRELAND, October 7, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cannsun Medhel Group PLC (“Cannsun” or the “Company”), a 103 year old Bio-pharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing new medicines to optimize human potential with operations in South Africa, Greece, Thailand and Lesotho, today announced the initiation of collaboration with multiple research institutions on the use of …

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Nokwanda Makunga

Nokwanda Makunga – Episode 8

  Nokwanda Pearl (Nox) Makunga is a Professor of Biotechnology at Stellenbosch University. Early life and education Makunga grew up in Alice in the Eastern Cape, and attended a private boarding school in Grahamstown. Her father, Oswald, was a botanist who specialised in the Iridaceae. He grew up in rural poverty and won a scholarship to study at University of Fort Hare. She attended university …

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Walaya Ardla – Episode 7

Interview with Walaya Ardla Skill Highlights -Pharmaceutical experience in pharmaceutical service especially Inpatient Department -Manage drug inventory, order medication, and supplies for replenishment -The lecturer of Alcohol pharmacology for nurse in 2018 -The lecturer of Medication of smoking cessation for nurse 2019 Research and others 2015: Clinical safety in long term used of Thunbergia laurifolia …

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Constance Finley – Episode 6

  Constance Therapeutics Constance Finley is a California-based businesswoman and social activist. She is the founder of Constance Therapeutics, one of California’s veteran medical marijuana companies who’s extracts have changed the disease courses of thousands of patients. As a trained chef Constance has a deep appreciation for high quality ingredients, to maintain full control over the …

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Why African Woman are more likely to have Bacterial Vaginosis than European Woman

In sub-Saharan Africa, there is a high incidence of bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis is related to an increased risk of HIV transmission, as well as an increased risk of acquiring other sexually transmitted infections, preterm births, and pelvic inflammatory disease. Recent Study Released by Fettweis et al, 2014 showed that women of European lineage are …

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