Faculty of Medicine, University of Tirana,
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Women always have, and still are considered the soft sex. Nonetheless, they are the ones who are faced every time with socio-economical difficulties, being thus the soft sex even when it comes to health benefits. Despite being a family physician, my only focus has been for years now Women’s Health. What more can be done, in underprivileged countries. I therefore invite anyone who might want to contribute to helping women feel better, be better, live better to publish in this special issue, and help us fight a fight!
Aims and Scope:
1. General Practitioner and common gynecological issues 2. Addressing the problem to the right specialist 3. Increasing awareness of common health problems among women 4. Preventing breast cancer 5. Helping women with planned pregnancy programs 6. Common STDs screening procedures 7. Creating guidelines for the most common issues