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The mission of is Public Health and Medical Education. Here we discuss various health-related issues. All the health information are based on various authentic books written by authentic authors who have international approval and are written in easy to understand language.
Various Textbooks are used as a reference for preparing quality Articles. Some of these are;
1. Guyton and Hall Textbook of human physiology
2. Grey's Anatomy
3. Textbook of biochemistry by Dr. Mushtaq Ahmed
4. Lippencott's Pharmacology
5. Pathologic Basis of Diseases by Robbins and Cotran
6. Preventive and social medicine by K. Park
7. Public Health and Community Medicine by Iliyas Shah Ansari
8. Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine
9. Oxford Textbook Of Medicine
10. Gynecology and Obstetrics by Ten Teachers.
11. Ophthalmology by Jaypee.

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This site is managed and run by professional doctors who are aiming to educate people about their health problem. We don't have intentions to use it for commercial purposes.
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Dr. Adil Ramzan


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