The Curious Man: The Life and Works of Dr. Hans Nieper
Avery, Dec 1, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 188 pages
The Curious Man tells the story of this author & his discovery that the defense systems of seemingly primitive plants & animals have a tremendous amount to offer in the field of genetic repair. Because the substances he has discovered are illegal in this country, the author lives in Germany. This book is the only way that America can learn about this man's work.
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