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Managing dual disorders: a statement by the Informal Scientific Network, UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs.

Nora D Volkow, Marta Torrens, Vladimir Poznyak, Elizabeth Sáenz, Anja Busse, Wataru Kashino, Dzmitry Krupchanka, Devora Kestel, Giovanna Campello, Gilberto Gerra,

World Psychiatry (World psychiatry : official journal of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA))
[2020, 19(3):396-397]

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Incidence of potential rabies exposure among Japanese expatriates and travelers in Thailand.

Wataru Kashino, Watcharapong Piyaphanee, Chatporn Kittitrakul, Noppadon Tangpukdee, Suda Sibunruang, Saranath Lawpoolsri, Hiroaki Yamashita, Sant Muangnoicharoen, Udomsak Silachamroon, Terapong Tantawichien,

BACKGROUND: Rabies has become a forgotten and neglected disease in Japan. In 2006, there was a slight increase in social awareness of rabies when Japan had two reported cases of human rabies, originating in the Philippines. Although the number of Japanese either traveling or living in other Asian countries has ... Read more >>

J Travel Med (Journal of travel medicine)
[2014, 21(4):240-247]

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Risk of potentially rabid animal exposure among foreign travelers in Southeast Asia.

Watcharapong Piyaphanee, Chatporn Kittitrakul, Saranath Lawpoolsri, Philippe Gautret, Wataru Kashino, Waraluk Tangkanakul, Prangthip Charoenpong, Thitiya Ponam, Suda Sibunruang, Weerapong Phumratanaprapin, Terapong Tantawichien,

BACKGROUND: Each year millions of travelers visit Southeast Asia where rabies is still prevalent. This study aimed to assess the risk of rabies exposure, i.e., by being bitten or licked by an animal, among travelers in Southeast Asia. The secondary objective was to assess their attitudes and practices related to ... Read more >>

PLoS Negl Trop Dis (PLoS neglected tropical diseases)
[2012, 6(9):e1852]

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Human T-cell lymphotropic virus type-1 infection and risk of cancer: 15.4 year longitudinal study among atomic bomb survivors in Nagasaki, Japan.

Kokichi Arisawa, Midori Soda, Masazumi Akahoshi, Saeko Fujiwara, Hirokazu Uemura, Mineyoshi Hiyoshi, Hideo Takeda, Wataru Kashino, Akihiko Suyama,

The objective of the present study was to investigate the association between human T-lymphotropic virus type-1 (HTLV-1) infection and cancer risk in a longitudinal study. The study population consisted of 2729 atomic bomb survivors in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, who had no previous history of cancer at baseline. The baseline survey, ... Read more >>

Cancer Sci. (Cancer science)
[2006, 97(6):535-539]

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