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By Stefan H. E. Kaufmann, Bruce D. Walker
Offering the most recent info on preventive, diagnostic and healing features of tuberculosis and AIDS, this is often the one e-book to put an enormous emphasis at the expanding coexistence of those life-threatening ailments in individuals.
Edited through amazing scientists within the box, this prepared reference is split into 3 major sections overlaying immunology and vaccination concepts, medications, and scientific issues.
well timed studying for microbiologists, virologists, bacteriologists, immunologists, and pathophysiologists, in addition to for the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries.
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