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  • Takaoka Nobuko ID: 9000356650240

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • "WAR ON INFECTIOUS DISEASES : Schistosoma Japonicum, from its Discovery in Japan in 1904 to the Detection of New Endemic Foci in the Philippines in the 21st Century" Delivered at Iwaki City Hospital-Clinic Linkage/Network Association (2016)
  • Takaoka Nobuko ID: 9000356650278

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • "Pathogenesis of Schistosomiasis and Use of Ultrasound in Diagnosis of Schistosomiasis" Delivered at College of Public Health/University of the Philippines Manila (2016)
  • Nobuko Takaoka ID: 9000365065065

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Skipping Breakfast is Associated with Academic Achievement, Unhealthy Behaviors, and Sense of Coherence Among Medical Students (2013)
  • Nobuko Takaoka ID: 9000399260267

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • 獨協医科大学の国際協力とその支援に対する展望 (2017)
  • TAKAOKA Nobuko ID: 9000283598120

    Department of International Cooperation, St. Mary's Hospital (2008 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • High Infant Mortality Presumably Due to Thiamine Deficiency in Lao PDR (2008)
  • TAKAOKA Nobuko ID: 9000316214110

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Association of low sense of coherence with poor subjective well-being: a three-month cohort study of new medical students in Japan (2016)
  • TAKAOKA Nobuko ID: 9000347277462

    Department of Public Health, Dokkyo Medical University, School of Medicine|Office of International Affairs, Center for International Cooperation, Dokkyo Medical University (2017 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Distribution of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels of reproductive age Japanese women (2017)
  • Takaoka Nobuko ID: 9000404512262

    Department of Public Health, Dokkyo Medical University School of Medicine|Office of International Affairs, Center for International Cooperation, Dokkyo Medical University School of Medicine|Ibaraki Health Plaza (2019 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • High Hematocrit Levels Are Associated with Risk of Cardiovascular Mortality among Middle-Aged Japanese Women: The Ibaraki Prefectural Health Study (IPHS) (2019)
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