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Globalization and Advances on Non-Communicable Chronic Diseases
Submission DeadlineJan. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Daniel López-Hernández
ISSSTE. Dirección Médica. Subdirección de Prevención y Protección a la Salud. Coordinación de Investigación., México City, Iztapalapa, Mexico
Guest Editors
  • María de la Luz López-Hernández
    pidemiology and Biostatitics Departament. Center for Research and Continuing Education S.C, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Emanuel Melgarejo-Estefan
    Teaching and Research. Hospital Regional “Dr. Fernando Quiroz Gutiérrez”, ISSSTE., Mexico City, Mexico
  • Leticia Brito-Aranda
    Epidemiology and Biostatistics Department. Center for Research and Continuing Education S.C., Mexico City, Mexico
The growing global burden of non-communicable diseases around the world is a public health and politic problem. Despite the strong evidence, the preventability of its causes has been inadequate. Globalization is an important determinant of non-communicable disease epidemics since it has direct effects on risks to populations and indirect effects on national economies and health systems. Today, non-communicable chronic diseases are sweeping the entire globe. There is an increasing trend in developing countries, where the demographic and socio-economic transition imposes more constraints on dealing with the double burden of infectious and non-infectious diseases in a poor environment, characterized by ill-health systems. It is predicted that, by 2020, non-communicable chronic diseases will cause seven out of every ten deaths in developing countries. Among non-communicable chronic diseases, special attention is devoted to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and chronic pulmonary disease, because 63% of all deaths worldwide currently stem from non-communicable chronic disease – chiefly cardiovascular diseases, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes. The burden of these conditions affects countries worldwide but with a growing trend in developing countries. Moreover, recent investigations show that many of these diseases share common pathophysiological mechanisms and are, at least in part, different and / or similar molecular alterations.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Clinical Studies
  2. Public health investigations
  3. Clinical trials
  4. Studies on prevention, control and management of non-communicable chronic diseases
  5. Studies on Patient education and Counseling
  6. Basic advances on non-communicable chronic diseases
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Published Papers
Authors: Carlos Ramirez-Velazquez, Juan Carlos Paredes-Palma, Sandra Vanesa Patzi-Vargas
Pages: 137-143 Published Online: Dec. 17, 2019
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Authors: Daniel Lopez-Hernandez, Nadhyieli Orozco-Campos, Leticia Brito-Aranda, Maria de la Luz Lopez-Hernandez, Aurora Bautista-Marquez, Vesta Richardson
Pages: 93-100 Published Online: Sep. 30, 2019
Views 574 Downloads 147
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