A Child is Born

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Random House Publishing Group, 1993 - Childbirth - 216 pages
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Lennart Nilsson's 'A child is born' offers an unprecedented glimpse of life inside the womb. This edition brings revolutionary photographic technology and artistry to a landmark work. Packed with breathtaking, never-before-seen photographs and entirely new text, this awesome journey from fertilization to birth is a timeless masterpiece - completely revised for a new generation.

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About the author (1993)

Lennart Nilsson, long been considered the world's leading medical and scientific photographer has contributed to "Life," "Time," "National Geographic," "Reader's Digest," and other leading magazines worldwide. His books have sold millions of copies and have been translated into twenty languages. He is the recipient of two Emmys for his film The Saga of Life and TV series The Miracle of Life. Nilsson has an honorary MD from the prestigious Karolinska Institute, Sweden, awarded for his scientific discoveries.
Lars Hamberger is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Goteborg University in Sweden, and heads a laboratory and university clinic that is one of Europe's leading centers for research in human reproduction.

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Lennart Nilsson, long been considered the world's leading medical and scientific photographer has contributed to "Life," "Time," "National Geographic," "Reader's Digest," and other leading magazines worldwide. His books have sold millions of copies and have been translated into twenty languages. He is the recipient of two Emmys for his film The Saga of Life and TV series The Miracle of Life. Nilsson has an honorary MD from the prestigious Karolinska Institute, Sweden, awarded for his scientific discoveries.
Lars Hamberger is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Goteborg University in Sweden, and heads a laboratory and university clinic that is one of Europe's leading centers for research in human reproduction.

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