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Gwinyai Masukume
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Marise Bonenfant Jan 18
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Sven Awege Jan 18
The Most Influential Medical Journals According to Wikipedia: Quantitative Analysis
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Wikipedia Jan 15
✨🎂 IT’S MY BIRTHDAY 🎂✨
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RTÉ News Jan 7
Researchers in Cork have made a breakthrough in the early detection of brain injuries in newborns |
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Linda Wampach Nov 30
New publication right out of the oven: Birth mode is associated with earliest strain-conferred gut microbiome functions and immunostimulatory potential Go check it out:
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Gwinyai Masukume Jan 3
Replying to @thelovelymaeve
Congrats Maeve!!
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Niall Dec 17
Lovely new WiR section on the NHLKS site: Major thank you to and colleagues for sorting it! Keep an eye out for WiR-related updates🕵🏻‍♀️📰
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 14
On Radio: To or not to circumcise? That is the question. Together with Drs Hillary Mukudu and Gwinyai Masukume (both males), Dr takes us behind the research of circumcision as an prevention method.
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 14
Replying to @ghetto123nm
Yes Madam B, the absolute risk reduction is less than 2%. An example purely: If the risk of y is say 1 in 7000 & doing x increases it to 2 in 7000, one can say x increases the risk of y by 100% or doubles it. That's a relative risk. The absolute risk tiny
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 14
Replying to @ghetto123nm
Madam Bongiwe - a question for you too - Why get circumcised if the advice is to use a condom at all times still?
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 14
Replying to @sindivanzyl
A 2018 study: “Medically circumcised older men...had higher HIV prevalence than uncircumcised men, suggesting that the effect of selection into circumcision may be stronger than the biological efficacy of circumcision in preventing HIV acquisition.” (3/3)
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 14
Replying to @sindivanzyl
Risk compensation where people begin to exhibit riskier sexual behaviour such as having more sexual partners, not using condoms, etc. because they think they or their partner is circumcised will greatly reduce their risk of HIV is the weakness of circumcision programs (2/3)
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 14
Replying to @sindivanzyl
The 3 main studies on which voluntary medical male circumcision was advocated as a way to prevent HIV transmission showed a less than 2% absolute risk reduction of female to male (not male to female) HIV transmission. The 60% relative risk reduction message is misleading. (1/3)
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INFANT Centre Dec 11
INFANT is 5! Celebrate with us all this week as we reflect on how much we have grown in the past 5 years.
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 5
There are only two kinds of countries in the world… Messi or Ronaldo countries! Which one do you live in…
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Gwinyai Masukume Dec 3
“I still remember the first time I put on a white coat and hung a stethoscope around my neck; a bit like the first time I had sex, .." So writes in his new book ! Building on his articles in the British Medical Journal
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JAMA Network Open Nov 26
Replying to @JAMANetworkOpen
Visit to read "Association of Elective and Emergency Cesarean Delivery With Early Childhood Overweight at 12 Months of Age" discussed in this episode of .
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Gwinyai Masukume Nov 19
Replying to @infantcentre @UCC and 3 others
Wow! in the video. Ahead of the curve!
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INFANT Centre Nov 19
INFANT researcher Professor Jonathan Hourihane involved in a major breakthrough with new allergy therapy. Read more here:
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Gwinyai Masukume Nov 17
Replying to @METROFMSA @KingMonada_
Nna rena le malwedhe... Idibala...
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