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Current threats on gene doping - a systematic review

-mediated gene transfer in hemophilia B , The New England Journal of Medicine, 365(25), 2357-2365. 9. Nienhuis A.W. (2013). Development of gene therapy for blood disorders: an update , Blood 122(9), 1556-1564. 10. Wells D.J. (2008). Gene doping: the hype and the reality , Br J Pharmacol. Jun, 154(3), 623-631. 11., accessed on 25th of September, 2018. 12. , accessed on 12th of September, 2018. 13. https

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Race and Ethnicity: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives , Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 292 pp © 2016 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston 2016 This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 3.0 License. Some years ago, my friend was diagnosed with a form of haemophilia that is comparatively common among Ashkenazi Jews. This relatively mild version of the inherited bleeding condition is due to the mutation of a small number of genes ( Gomez and Bolton Maggs, 2008 ). Skimming

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A Cross-Cultural Examination of Curriculum and Sexuality Outcomes in Primary School

. OSEI, A. Sex Education in Ghanaian Society: The Skeleton in the Cupboard [online]. 2009 [viewed 20 October 2014]. Available from: PARSONS, J. T., BUTLER, R., KOCIK, S., NORMAN, L. and NUSS, R. The role of the family system in HIV risk reduction: Youth with hemophilia and HIV infection and their parents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 23, 1998, pp. 57-65. PRAZAK, M. Talking about sex: Contemporary Construction of Sexuality in Rural Kenya. Africa Today, 47, 2000, 3/4, pp

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