fix articles 106984, chronic kidney disease
Boston University investigates causes of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in Nicaragua (tags)
Since 2009, upon a request received from Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited (NSEL) and Chichigalpa Association for Life (ASOCHIVIDA), a research team from the Boston University School of Public Health (BU) has been investigating an epidemic of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in Nicaragua of unknown cause.
CAO attests to successful dialogue process between Nicaragua Sugar and ASOCHIVIDA (tags)
The Office of the Compliance Adviser/Ombudsman of the World Bank (CAO) highlighted the main achievements of the successful dialogue process between Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited, owner of the San Antonio Sugar Mill, and the Chichigalpa Association for Life (ASOCHIVIDA) in a document whereby the parties agreed to end the mediation of the CAO as of June 30 of this year.
San Antonio sugar mill maintains historic tradition of commitment with its collaborators (tags)
Some prestigious mass media have recently informed about the situation of public health faced by agricultural workers affected by Chronic Renal Insufficiency (CRI) in Central America´s Pacific region, a problem that worries society in general. Unfortunately, in light of the uncertain origin of the disease, sometimes inaccuracies are incurred in the search for culprits and not solutions.
What's Causing Kidney Disease in Nicaragua: BUSPH Researchers Investigate (tags)
It's a compelling public health mystery: Thousands of people in Northwestern Nicaragua are dying from chronic kidney failure, and no one knows why.
With regard to ANAIRC’s campaign against Nicaragua Sugar, Flor de Caña and Grupo Pellas (tags)
To this date, there is no recognized formal scientific study that establishes a relationship of causality between sugarcane cultural practices and chronic kidney disease (CKD).
BOYCOTT TO FLOR DE CAÑA AND GRUPO PELLAS: THE TRUTH (tags)
Regardless of their leftist or rightist ideological position, all work unions at Nicaragua Sugar and Compañía Licorera, the Flor de Caña rum manufacturer, have pronounced themselves against the unfounded campaign by ANAIRC.