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|J Ndelo-di-Phanzu, L Mputu Malolo, P Ndelo Matondo, Y Nuapia and S Mbendi Nsukini|
|University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Clin Case Rep|
|During the 3rd Euro case reports in Valencia, Spain, a strange medical case taking place in the DRC has been presented. Indeed, while the Congolese population is, until now, convinced of the existence of massive criminal poisonings, throughout the national area, originating from the East region of the country, we incredibly observed and demonstrated that actually, the phenomenon is a silent, surprising and unexpected Helicobacter pylori epidemic with numerous extra-digestive pathologies. A relevant manuscript has been written in the extension of the Valencia Spain conference. The present subject will deal with picturesque meanders by which our research work passed, lengthening it to more than twenty five years before getting appropriate results. The presentation will start by a brief summary of the DRC Helicobacter pylori phenomenon described in Valencia and hypothesis raised for better knowledge of Helicobacter pylori infection, at the international level. In a second time, It will focus on the influence and consequences of some followed factors in our study: HIV infection, political situation in DRC, lack of equipment, population ignorance, traditional practitioners cupidity, lack of financial means, deficiency of South-North collaboration, and so on Afterwards, some interesting, incredible extra-digestive DRC Helicobacter pylori cases observed in our study will be discussed. Finally a brief conclusion will present some useful propositions drawn from the experience of this DRC Helicobacter pylori study.|
J Ndelo-di-Phanzu is a Congolese Toxicologist. After completing his graduation as Pharmacist at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Kinshasa in 1975, he moved to Belgium at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and obtained Master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences followed by a Doctorate degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Branch Toxicology in 1984. He became an Associate Professor in 1986, Professor in 1998 and Ordinary Professor in 2005. Considering the administrative level, he was the Head of the Laboratory of Food and Drug Control of the University of Kinshasa, Head of the Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Kinshasa, Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Rector of the University of Kinshasa and the Head of the Laboratory of Toxicology. He is the President of the Ethics Committee of Central Africa and Vice President of National Ethics Committee of DR Congo in the field of ethics of biomedical research.
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