Journal of Therapeutics Africa (MJoTA) was started as a medium for showcasing
medical writing talents of working medical writers. Health concerns in
Africa and African communities was the focus of the journal because
positive stories about African professionals are rarely seen in
European and American presses. Our mission statement is to link African
professionals with other professionals both in and out of Africa.
because we all came from Africa: recently, a few years ago, a
few centuries ago, a few millenia ago... we all came from Africa.
because the whole world trades with African countries Global
pharmaceutical companies in the United States, China, India, South
Africa make drugs for East Africa and West Africa, the United States
and Europe take its herbal remedies.
because large numbers of Africans have migrated into the United States and become citizens and are increasingly being elected to represent American citizens in local and national governments.
MJoTA Publisher to tell your story or run your advertisement online at Publisher@mjota.org,
1-609-792-1571 or the New York Echo Publisher to tell your story or advertisement in print, Publisher@nyecho.com, 1-718-395-0235. MJoTA and New York Echo frequently run the same stories, and will work with you to get your story, announcement, advertisement or advertorial to your target audience.
December 9, 2009. March and protest at United Nations gives outrage at 158 murders and dozens of rapes during a peace rally on September 28, 2009 in Conakry, Guinea. Download press release.
MJoTA has been published since 2006 by Emerald Pademelon Press LLC. PO Box 381 Haddonfield, NJ 08033, USA. MJoTA.org and drsusanna.org hosts MJoTA, and the Medical Writing Institute, which is a New Jersey nonprofit corporation. All inquiries for the Medical Writing Institute or Emerald Pademelon Press LLC: 01-609-792-1571; email@example.com. Contact the publisher directly through Facebook click here