The Johns Hopkins White Papers, 2002

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Simeon Margolis
Rebus, 2002 - Age Factors - 420 pages
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The Johns Hopkins White Papers are in-depth special reports written for the consumer by some of the nation's leading doctors. This team of experts has come together to give you a thorough, easy to understand review of the current state of medical knowledge in each of their specialties, as well as to discuss what encouraging new treatments are the subject of ongoing research. Each White Paper helps put you in control of your medical condition by giving you: * a basic understanding of the disorder; * important symptoms you need to recognize * a guide to what you can expect from diagnosis through treatment of the disorder; * treatment options, with a Johns Hopkins recommendation on each, and why; * significant steps to help you manage your disease* complications that could arise, and how to avert them; * possible side effects of medications; * the most up-to-date studies plus a review of the state of current research * a description of ongoing clinical trials * a glossary of important terms * clear graphs and illustrations to highlight and clarify key facts. Includes arthritis, back pain and osteoporosis, coronary heart disease, depression and anxiety, diabetes, and digestive disorders.

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