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communicable

(of a disease or its causative agent) capable of being passed on readily
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The Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (CCDM) is revised and republished every several years to provide the most current information and recommendations for communicable-disease prevention.
Egypt's Minister of Health, Hala Zayed, said that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi's '100m Health' initiative, detecting hepatitis C, and communicable and non-communicable diseases, has achieved a record number in the number of scanned citizens.
At the concluding ceremony blood samples of all the participants have been taken for medical examination of communicable diseases.
For the insurance companies, it means that they can sustain the medical covers without incurring the extra expenses on paying for the non- communicable diseases.
In the framework of strengthening preventive measures and reducing the rate of non-communicable diseases, the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) met with a UN interagency task force for Non communicable diseases to review UAE experiences and discuss national multi sectoral response.
The Wisconsin Public Health Association has joined forces with the Wisconsin Association of Local Health Departments and Boards to support communicable disease funding in the state.
The UAE cabinet has passed a resolution to amend the law on communicable diseases in the country.
Margaret Chan Monday warned against threats posed by re-emerence of communicable diseases.
The gap between communicable and non-communicable diseases has reduced drastically causing double burden of disease in developing counties such as India.
Health authorities have ruled out that meningitis or any other communicable disease caused the death of a Dubai pupil
INDIA is hosting the fifth meeting of the SAARC health ministers in New Delhi on April 8 to deliberate on key issues including HIV/ AIDS, prevention of communicable and non- communicable diseases, besides strengthening collaborations among the nations.