UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
The January 14, 1994 issue of _HealthWire_ (Scientists' Institute for Public Health, 355 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017) included the following announcement:
New Computer Software Focuses on African Health Issues
A California-based computer company -- Afrisoft -- has developed the first computer software package that is an interactive, Afrocentric, multimedia health program bringing users detailed information on how certain health issues affect people of African heritage around the world. _Imhotep: The Canon of Black Health_ reports on medical research, treatments, epidemics, health care organizations and on health topics including AIDS, Diabetes, Cholera, and River Blindness.
The software brings together news from Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle
East, and the United States, with updates available on individual topics
and is designed for use by medical students, physicians, or the general
public. For further information, contact: Kamal Al-Mansour, Afrisoft,
Los Angeles, CA; (213) 731-5465.
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