The Year in Respiratory Medicine 2004

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Adam T. Hill, T. Mackay, R. Fergusson, P. Reid, John Simpson
Taylor & Francis, Jun 14, 2004 - Medical - 446 pages
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A single-volume overview of the current literature in respiratory disorders, The Year in Respiratory Medicine 2003 identifies and evaluates the papers published in the past eighteen months that have potentially changed practice, or that predict probable future developments. It provides readers with a state-of-the-science summary of recent research findings, and their implications for clinical practice. The book presents a highly focused review of the current literature, compiled by an expert team from two leading centers in the field. It is a practical and accessible resource that all doctors treating respiratory conditions will find invaluable in their daily practice.

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John Simpson is a Vietnam Era Veteran, former Police Officer of the Year, a Federal Agent, a Federal Magistrate, an armed bodyguard to Saudi Royalty, a senior Federal Government executive, and recipient of awards from the Vice President of the United States and the Secretary of Treasury.John feels that for too long fiction writers neglected gay men. John writes entertaining, enjoyable, and enthralling fiction centered on the lives and lifestyles of gay men. John allows his readers to see life through gay mens' eyes. And just like real life, John's characters have active and exciting sex lives. John calls on his broad personal and professional experience in writing gay erotica. John is author of numerous full length novels available through Dreamspinner Press, Extasy Books, Devine Destinies and Silver Publishing, several short stories in Alyson Books anthologies. John has written magazine articles for gay and straight audiences alike.John lives with his partner of 36 years who he legally married in 2008, and their three Scottish Terriers. John is highly involved with the Church, specifically seeking to repair rifts between Christendom and the gay community.John wishes to extend a very special thanks to his many female readers. He appreciates and loves the fact women enjoy male/male erotica, and he thanks you for your past and continued support. He hopes to never disappoint you, and always leave you wanting more!

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