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Consanguinity, that is the practice to get married between closely related individuals, is still a common habit in many regions of the world.
Lectures from the 2012 edition of the ESGM Medical Genetics Course
This course represents an evolution of the `Genetic Counselling in Practice` courses that has run successfully over the past ten years. The new course has been divided into two parts. The first part includes basic scientific information and clinical skills needed for genetic healthcare practice, ...
Comparative Health is a 5 day long postgraduate level course specifically addressed to researchers, lecturers, academic scholars, medical, health and social professionals who are seeking an up-to-date overview of the field of Comparative Studies on Health Systems and Medical Care today.
This is the 24th edition of the European School of Genetic Medicine annual course in Medical Genetics. Info on the 2012 edition can be found on