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John Wiley At The Reference Table: Celebrating 200 Years of Excellence As we have written many times, Wiley’s catalog shines among the stars of the academic publishing world. In light of this, … Continue reading

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Snapshot On Medicine: Interviews With University of California San Francisco Cardiologists Kanu Chatterjee & Teresa De Marco Remarks On Medicine: Salute To Doctor Kanu Chatterjee New Releases from Elsevier New … Continue reading

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New Releases from Wiley FINE CHEMICALS: THE INDUSTRY AND THE BUSINESS. Peter Pollak. Wiley. The business of chemicals touches each of our lives on an hourly basis – from the … Continue reading

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New Releases from Cengage New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Thomson-Delmar New Releases from Wiley Revisiting  Jahangir Moini’s The Pharmacy Technician THE PHARMACY TECHNICIAN. A Comprehensive Approach. Third Edition. Jahangir Moini. … Continue reading

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New Releases from Wiley MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOPHYSICS. Meyer B. Jackson. Cambridge University Press. This selection marks an outstanding addition to the field of biophysics, premised on both molecular and … Continue reading

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New Releases from Elsevier New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Wiley New Titles In Oncology From Elsevier THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF CANCER.  4th Edition. John Mendelsohn. Peter Howley. Mark … Continue reading

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New Releases from Wiley FUNDAMENTALS OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. Third Edition. Donald. C. Rizzo. Cengage Learning. The study of anatomy and physiology is part of the basic curriculum, not only … Continue reading

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Psychiatry & Psychology

New Releases from Wiley HANDBOOK OF SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION. Edited by Richard Balon. R.Taylor Segraves. Taylor and Francis. In terms of conditions which cause patients the most psychological trauma and consternation, … Continue reading

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John Aiello On The Textbook Debate New Releases From Cengage New This Term From Elsevier New Releases from Informa: The Informa Healthcare Model New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Saunders … Continue reading

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