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About: Ibrahima Souare, MPA

  Mr. Ibrahima Souare, SVP Budgeting, Forecasting, and Economic development, Go Africa LLC & Go Africa Trading LLC. In the emerging economic development career of Ibrahima Souare, small business development has become his passion. This passion was initiated during his tenure with South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO), where he was first exposed to …

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African Union Expo on MNN channel’s AfricaTVUSA show!

Check out Go Africa Network’s first annual African Union Expo on AfricaTVUSA, a TV show that highlights the activities of Africans living in the United States, on MNN, Manhattan’s free, public access cable network! The show airs every Wednesday at 2 p.m. on MNN’s culture channel (channel 4). The Expo was featured on the channel today and will air …

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The True Healthcare Costs of Undocumented Immigrants

 follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork   The UCLA researchers found striking differences in ER visits by adults: One-in-five U.S.-born adults visits the ER annually, compared with roughly one-in-10 undocumented adults. “Most people who go to the emergency room have insurance and are not worried about providing documents,” says Nadereh Pourat, PhD, director of research at …

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Therapy to Go

 follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork Stanford Magazine   New app puts psychologists a tap away.   COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, or CBT, is a type of psychotherapy that teaches patients to identify and manage the thoughts that give rise to negative emotions and unhealthy behaviors. It’s been shown to be highly effective in treating mood and …

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Music Cuts through the Fog of Alzheimer’s

 follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork Listening to music that evokes happy memories can change the tenor of lives debilitated by dementia. And with no new medical treatments since the approval of memantine in 2004, helping some of the 5-million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease feel better with music therapy sounds good to Joshua Grill, PhD, director …

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Can Knee Cartilage Be Regrown?

 follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork Stanford Magazine   STANFORD WILL SHINE ANOTHER SPOTLIGHT on the curative potential of stem-cell technology this year with an innovative approach to treating damaged cartilage and osteoarthritis. Already enthused by results from the lead-up work, Jason Dragoo, associate professor of orthopaedic surgery, is preparing to launch a human trial for …

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Depression Increases Risk for Diabetic Seniors

 follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork   A diabetic’s risk of premature death is about double that of someone of the same age without diabetes. In addition, diabetics are twice as likely to have depression, which further increases their mortality risk. A new UCLA-led study suggests that for diabetics age 65 and older, depression is linked …

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Differences in Breast Cancer Stage at Diagnosis and Cancer-Specific Survival by Race and Ethnicity in the United States

 follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork   ABSTRACT ABSTRACT | INTRODUCTION | METHODS | RESULTS | DISCUSSION |CONCLUSIONS | ARTICLE INFORMATION | REFERENCES Importance  Women with early-stage breast cancers are expected to have excellent survival rates. It is important to identify factors that predict diagnosis of early-stage breast cancers. Objective  To determine the proportion of breast …

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Researchers Look to MRI and Biomarkers to Help Improve Detection of Aggressive Prostate Cancers

follow us on twitter: @GoAfricaNetwork JAMA A patient’s wife once told urology surgeon Peter Pinto, MD, that there was no way she’d agree to have a dozen biopsy needles stuck blindly into her breast just because a blood test suggested she might have cancer. But that’s exactly what happens with many men whose cancer screening …

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