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by Neil Ardley

eBook Health and Medicine (World of Tomorrow) download ISBN: 0531044742
Author: Neil Ardley
Publisher: Franklin Watts (November 1, 1982)
Language: English
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Discusses possibilities for the future in the field of medicine based on new ways to fight disease and conquer pain already in progress. Health and Medicine (World of Tomorrow).

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Health and Medicine (World of Tomorrow). 0531044742 (ISBN13: 9780531044742).

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Discusses possibilities for the future in the field of medicine based on new ways to fight disease and conquer pain already in progress.