Our Young Family

The Descendants of Thomas and Naomi Hyatt Young, Wilson and Elizabeth Hughes Young, Moses Young, African-American Youngs


Author: Perry Deane Young

Publisher: The Overmountain Press

ISBN: 9781570722745

Category: Reference

Page: 607

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Thomas Young was born in about 1747 in Baltimore County, Maryland. He married Naomi Hyatt, daughter of Seth Hyatt and Priscilla, in about 1768. They had four children. Thomas died in 1829 in North Carolina. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in North Carolina.

Family Practice in the Eastern Mediterranean Region WHO HB SPECIAL EDITION

Universal Health Coverage and Quality Primary Care


Author: Hassan Salah,Michael Kidd

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1351016016

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 450

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This is the first book to analyze in depth the current causes of shortage of family physicians and the relative weakness of the family practice model in many countries in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Focusing on engagement with the private health sector in scaling up family practice, the book explores why primary health care can make the difference and how it can be introduced and strengthened. Comparative experiences from around the world put the EMR in context, while the book also highlights where the EMR is special – in particular, the burden for health care of refugees and displaced persons, and the need of public-private partnerships.

“The” Academy

A Monthly Record of Literature, Learning, Science, and Art


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Cellular Dedifferentiation and Regenerative Medicine


Author: Xiaobing Fu,Andong Zhao,Tian Hu

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3662561794

Category: Medical

Page: 291

View: 4996

This book focuses on the contribution of cell dedifferentiation to the regenerative process in all body systems, as well as its underlying molecular mechanisms and applications. The book is divided into four parts, the first of which addresses the history of cell dedifferentiation and regenerative medicine. In turn, Part II compares three routes by which cells change their phenotype: dedifferentiation, transdifferentiation, and reprogramming. Part III includes an extensive review of cell dedifferentiation events in all nine body systems for lower organisms and mammalians, respectively. The final part reviews the relationship between cell dedifferentiation and the development of cancer and several other diseases, while also outlining the prospects of and future research directions in cell dedifferentiation and regenerative medicine. The main purpose of the book is to underline the importance of cell dedifferentiation in stem cell and regenerative medicine by providing a systematical review of dedifferentiation in all body systems, together with the latest reliable evidence.



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Category: Agriculture

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