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What does CNCD stand for?

CNCD stands for Chronic Non-Communicable Disease

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KUWAIT, Jan 20 (KUNA) -- The unprecedented spike in the number of Kuwaitis suffering from obesity, heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other common chronic non-communicable diseases is cause for alarm among health providers, said a health ministry official on Tuesday.
The project will contribute to reducing by 10 percent, the mortality rate caused by common chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as heart disease, hypertension, cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, and chronic respiratory illness, which currently account for 60 per cent of all deaths in Trinidad and Tobago.
BNA) -- Ministry of Works (MoW), represented by the Organisational Culture Committee, hosted the 'Protect Your Heart' Campaign for the second year, which was organized by the Ministry of Health's Chronic non-communicable diseases Committee; aiming to early detect such diseases at work places.
The correlations between positions in the genome and disease states can be divided into five areas: 1) Mendelian (monogenic) disease; 2) chronic non-communicable disease (complex genetic disease); 3) drug metabolism and response (pharmacogenomics and companion diagnostics); 4) tumor prognosis and drug response; and 5) host-pathogen interactions largely mediated by the immune system and its variation.
Addressing a ceremony to launch the results of the National Stepwise Survey of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases and Risk Factors in Qatar 2012, Dr Al Anoud al Thani, manager of health promotion and non-communicable diseases at the SCH's public health department, said the new guidelines would address the most common health problems among the residents discovered by the Stepwise Survey.
According to the latest figures, chronic non-communicable diseases were collectively responsible for 43pc of deaths in Bahrain.