AIDS: An Explosion of the Biological Time-Bomb
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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