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Dr Tolu Oni

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    1. Berkowitz N, Okorie A, Goliath R, Levitt N, Wilkinson RJ, Oni T. The prevalence and determinants of active tuberculosis among diabetes patients in Cape Town, South Africa, a high HIV/TB burden setting. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2018 Apr; 138:16-25. PMID: 29382589.
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    2. Hunter-Adams J, Yongsi BN, Dzasi K, Parnell S, Boufford JI, Pieterse E, Oni T. How to address non-communicable diseases in urban Africa. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol. 2017 12; 5(12):932-934. PMID: 28797749.
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    3. Oni T, Berkowitz N, Kubjane M, Goliath R, Levitt NS, Wilkinson RJ. Trilateral overlap of tuberculosis, diabetes and HIV-1 in a high-burden African setting: implications for TB control. Eur Respir J. 2017 07; 50(1). PMID: 28729474.
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    4. Oni T, Smit W, Matzopoulos R, Hunter-Adams J, Pentecost M, Rother HA, Albertyn Z, Behroozi F, Alaba O, Kaba M, van der Westhuizen C, Shung-King M, Levitt NS, Parnell S, Lambert EV. Erratum to: Urban Health Research in Africa: Themes and Priority Research Questions. J Urban Health. 2016 Aug; 93(4):731. PMID: 27381454.
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    5. Oni T, Smit W, Matzopoulos R, Hunter Adams J, Pentecost M, Rother HA, Albertyn Z, Behroozi F, Alaba O, Kaba M, van der Westhuizen C, King MS, Levitt NS, Parnell S, Lambert EV. Urban Health Research in Africa: Themes and Priority Research Questions. J Urban Health. 2016 08; 93(4):722-30. PMID: 27184571.
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    6. Weimann A, Dai D, Oni T. A cross-sectional and spatial analysis of the prevalence of multimorbidity and its association with socioeconomic disadvantage in South Africa: A comparison between 2008 and 2012. Soc Sci Med. 2016 08; 163:144-56. PMID: 27423295.
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    7. Oni T, Unwin N. Why the communicable/non-communicable disease dichotomy is problematic for public health control strategies: implications of multimorbidity for health systems in an era of health transition. Int Health. 2015 Nov; 7(6):390-9. PMID: 26103981.
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    8. Oni T, Youngblood E, Boulle A, McGrath N, Wilkinson RJ, Levitt NS. Patterns of HIV, TB, and non-communicable disease multi-morbidity in peri-urban South Africa- a cross sectional study. BMC Infect Dis. 2015 Jan 17; 15:20. PMID: 25595711.
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    9. Oni T, McGrath N, BeLue R, Roderick P, Colagiuri S, May CR, Levitt NS. Chronic diseases and multi-morbidity--a conceptual modification to the WHO ICCC model for countries in health transition. BMC Public Health. 2014 Jun 09; 14:575. PMID: 24912531.
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