AIDS: An Explosion of the Biological Time-Bomb

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Biographical Publishing Company, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 502 pages
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An historical exploration of leukemia- and cancer-related research over the last 80 years in the context of emerging diseases such as AIDS, Mad-Cow disease, other haemorrhagic fevers, as well as other neurological and lymphotomous diseases in different animal species including primates. The book contains 17 chapters, 502 pages, 117,000+ words with a forward by AIDS-researcher Dr. Alan R. Cantwell.

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Historic Interest in LatentPersistent Infections 19301945

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Robert E. Lee (1918-1984), a professor of playwriting at U.C.L.A., collaborated with Jerome Lawrence on thirteen plays, including "Inherit the Wind" & "Auntie Mame".

ALAN CANTWELL Jr., M.D. is a dermatologist and internationally-known scientific researcher in the field of cancer and AIDS microbiology. He is the author of more than 30 published papers on cancer, AIDS and other immunological diseases, which have appeared in leading national and international medical journals. He is also the author of AIDS: The Mystery and the Solution, and The Cancer Microbe. Born in New York City in 1934, he now lives in Los Angeles.

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