Conservatism, cancer, conflict and Covid-19: Quadruple tragedy for women living in war-torn traditionalist societies

Kehinde Kazeem Kanmodi1,2,3,4*, Precious Ayomide Kanmodi3,4,5
1Department of Political Science, National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria.
2Department of Community Health, Aminu Musa Habib College of Health Science and Technology, Yauri, Nigeria.
3Cephas Health Research Initiative Inc, Ibadan, Nigeria.
4Mental and Oral Health Development Organization Inc, Birnin Kebbi, Nigeria.
5Department of Statistics, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.
*Correspondence: Dr. Kehinde Kazeem Kanmodi; +234 703 232 9156; kanmodikehinde@yahoo.com

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Keywords: Conservatism, Cancer, Conflict, COVID-19, Women.
Yen Med J. 2020;2(4):3 – 4.

Cite this article: Kanmodi KK, Kanmodi PA. Conservatism, cancer, conflict and Covid-19: Quadruple tragedy for women living in war-torn traditionalist societies. Yen Med J. 2020;2(4):3 – 4.

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