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Miracle Cure

Author : Harlan Coben
ISBN : 9781101544440
Genre : Fiction
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A Harlan Coben Classic—Now Back in Print! #1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben “adroitly applies the fundamental rules of thrillerdom (offer a raft of potential villains; keep the action moving at breakneck speed) in this highly entertaining novel” (Publishers Weekly). They’re one of the country’s most telegenic couples: beloved TV journalist Sara Lowell and New York’s hottest basketball star, Michael Silverman. Their family and social connections tie them to the highest echelons of the political, medical, and sports worlds—threads that will tangle them up in one of the most controversial and deadly issues of our time. In a clinic on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a doctor has dedicated his life to eradicating a divisive and devastating disease. One by one, his patients are getting well. One by one, they’re being targeted by a serial killer. And now Michael has been diagnosed with the disease. There’s only one cure, but many ways to die.…

Miracle Cure

Author : Harlan Coben
ISBN : 9780451239327
Genre : Fiction
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In a clinic on Manhattan's Upper West Side, a doctor has dedicated his life to eradicating a devastating disease. One by one, his patients are getting well. And one by one, they're being targeted by a serial killer. There's only one cure, but many ways to die.

Miracle Cure

Author : Harlan Coben
ISBN : 9781409122647
Genre : Fiction
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They were looking for a miracle cure, but they instead they found a killer . . . Sara and Michael. The ideal celebrity couple, darlings of the media - until their lives are shattered by a mystery illness. Dr Harvey Riker. His clinic has found the miracle cure that millions seek. One-by-one his patients are getting well. One-by-one they are targeted by a serial killer more fatal than the disease. Lieutenant Bernstein. His true desires make him a perfect choice to track the killer - or a perfect victim. Can anyone stop the killer who will do anything to prevent the world's most desperately needed miracle cure . . . ?

Miracle Cure

Author : William Rosen
ISBN : 9780698184107
Genre : Medical
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The epic history of how antibiotics were born, saving millions of lives and creating a vast new industry known as Big Pharma. As late as the 1930s, virtually no drug intended for sickness did any good; doctors could set bones, deliver babies, and offer palliative care. That all changed in less than a generation with the discovery and development of a new category of medicine known as antibiotics. By 1955, the age-old evolutionary relationship between humans and microbes had been transformed, trivializing once-deadly infections. William Rosen captures this revolution with all its false starts, lucky surprises, and eccentric characters. He explains why, given the complex nature of bacteria—and their ability to rapidly evolve into new forms—the only way to locate and test potential antibiotic strains is by large-scale, systematic, trial-and-error experimentation. Organizing that research needs large, well-funded organizations and businesses, and so our entire scientific-industrial complex, built around the pharmaceutical company, was born. Timely, engrossing, and eye-opening, Miracle Cure is a must-read science narrative—a drama of enormous range, combining science, technology, politics, and economics to illuminate the reasons behind one of the most dramatic changes in humanity’s relationship with nature since the invention of agriculture ten thousand years ago.

Miracle Cure

Author : Michael Palmer
ISBN : 0307781240
Genre : Fiction
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The master of medical suspense takes you to prestigious Boston Heart Institute, where some patients are dying to get well.... After a troubled past, Dr. Brian Holbrook has been given a second chance to prove himself. At state-of-the-art Boston Heart Institute, he's been chosen to join the medical team testing a new miracle drug. The initial results are so promising that Brian pushes to get his father--who suffers from a dangerous heart condition--accepted into the study. But Brian is beginning to suspect his superiors are hiding something. Why are crucial records disappearing? Why did a patient making startling progress suddenly die? Is the miracle drug a prescription for death? The answers could cost Brian more than his career. For at Boston Heart Institute, knowing too much is the quickest way to the morgue. From the Paperback edition.

Dyslexia And Adhd

Author : Wynford Dore
ISBN : 1857826884
Genre : Education
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This is the astounding story of how one man's quest to help his daughter led to a whole new way of developing our underlying skills in order to overcome the symptons associated with dyslexia, ADHD and dyspraxia. The alternative treatments discussed are based on research from Harvard Medical School and the University of Sheffield.

Miracle Cure

Author : Kazuhiko Asai
ISBN : 0870404741
Genre : Medical
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Miracle Cures

Author : Jean Carper
ISBN : 9780061852916
Genre : Health & Fitness
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From Jean Carper, America's Most Trusted Source of Cutting-Edge Nutritional Advice, the Bestselling Guide to the Dramatic Healing Powers of Herbs, Vitamins, and Other Natural Remedies Miracle Cures is the breakthrough book that presents scientific evidence of the effectiveness of natural remedies, culled from the world's leading doctors and scientists, research centers, and major international scientific journals, including the Journal of the American Medical Association and the British Medical Journal, combined with the awe-inspiring first-person medically verified accounts of people who have successfully cured themselves with natural medicines. Jean Carper Reveals the Natural Medicines That Have Been Proven to: Lower Your Cholesterol Open up Your Arteries Regulate Your Heart Relieve Depression Overcome Anxiety Fight Sleep Problems Regenerate Your Liver Restore Your Memory

The Miracle Cure To Cancer Is In Your Kitchen

Author : Theodore W. Daw
ISBN : 1418476129
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Only Americans love their things ... and feel guilty about it. Whether you woo shoes, Hot Wheels, baseball cards, art, glass, pottery, haute couture, handbags, tin toys, Barbie dolls, vintage costume jewelry or all the other alluring collectibles you can't get enough of, THINGS makes an entertaining read, covering subjects from the psychology of hunting and gathering ... to the people who adore their antiques and tchotchkes. Join hundreds of thousands of fellow collectors who suffer such sweet guilt pangs ... because they dig such great stuff.

The Malaria Project

Author : Karen M. Masterson
ISBN : 9780698140134
Genre : History
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A fascinating and shocking historical exposé, The Malaria Project is the story of America's secret mission to combat malaria during World War II—a campaign modeled after a German project which tested experimental drugs on men gone mad from syphilis. American war planners, foreseeing the tactical need for a malaria drug, recreated the German model, then grew it tenfold. Quickly becoming the biggest and most important medical initiative of the war, the project tasked dozens of the country’s top research scientists and university labs to find a treatment to remedy half a million U.S. troops incapacitated by malaria. Spearheading the new U.S. effort was Dr. Lowell T. Coggeshall, the son of a poor Indiana farmer whose persistent drive and curiosity led him to become one of the most innovative thinkers in solving the malaria problem. He recruited private corporations, such as today's Squibb and Eli Lilly, and the nation’s best chemists out of Harvard and Johns Hopkins to make novel compounds that skilled technicians tested on birds. Giants in the field of clinical research, including the future NIH director James Shannon, then tested the drugs on mental health patients and convicted criminals—including infamous murderer Nathan Leopold. By 1943, a dozen strains of malaria brought home in the veins of sick soldiers were injected into these human guinea pigs for drug studies. After hundreds of trials and many deaths, they found their “magic bullet,” but not in a U.S. laboratory. America 's best weapon against malaria, still used today, was captured in battle from the Nazis. Called chloroquine, it went on to save more lives than any other drug in history. Karen M. Masterson, a journalist turned malaria researcher, uncovers the complete story behind this dark tale of science, medicine and war. Illuminating, riveting and surprising, The Malaria Project captures the ethical perils of seeking treatments for disease while ignoring the human condition.

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