Health Research Books, 1996 - 196 pages
1953 Contents: Nature of Radiations; Molecular Physics; Detecting Molecular Body Radiations; Interpreting Molecular Radiations; Respiratory Diseases; Tuberculosis; Intestinal Stasis; Carcinoma & Sarcoma; Low Back Pains; Social Diseases; Epilep.
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Nature of Radiations
Detecting Molecular Body Radiations
Interpreting Molecular Radiations
Carcinoma and Sarcoma
Short Wave Treatments
Application of Treatment
Optimum Sizes of Electrodes
What Scientists Think
From Radar to the Atom Bomb in Medicine
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