Lambaréné

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Lambaréné

(French lɑ̃barene)
n
(Placename) a town in W Gabon on the Ogooué River: site of the hospital built by Albert Schweitzer, who died and was buried there (1965). Pop: 9000 (2003 est)
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In order to get them signed, the books were sent to Lambarene, French Equatorial Africa.
Agnandji et al., "Epidemiology of parasitic co-infections during pregnancy in Lambarene, Gabon," Tropical Medicine & International Health, vol.
This was lower compared with a previous study conducted in a Tertiary Care Hospital, Ethiopia (35.8%) [20], and Rabat, Morocco (10.3%) [1], but higher compared to the study reported in Lambarene, Gabon (0.3%) [27], and Mazandaran, India (1.03%) [5].
Nitric oxide synthase 2 (Lambarene) (G-954C), increased nitric oxide production and protection against malaria.
During those years, the story of Schweitzer's efforts to improve the health of Africans in his hospital in Lambarene, Gabon, ignited my colleagues' and my imagination.
Kurth is a physician and scientist in the Department of Infectious Diseases and Respiratory Medicine at Charite Medical University, Berlin, Germany, and in the Infectious Disease Control Group at the Centre de Recherches Medicales de Lambarene, Lambarene, Gabon.
It is a 'master mask* of the Galoa of Gabon, and had been given to Dr Albert Schweitzer who opened his first hospital in Lambarene in Gabon in 1913.
Afterward, I hitchhiked with a Dutch participant to Gabon, passing through Lambarene, site of Dr.
Instead, Mark Higgins found work with the legendary German-French philosopher, humanitarian and medical missionary Albert Schweitzer at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambarene, Gabon, a complex in the humid jungle that included a leper village.
Undaunted, he built a small hospital in Lambarene, then French Equatorial Africa, from what had been a chicken coop, and worked there until his death in 1965.