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The History of Infectious Diseases At Duke University In the Twentieth Century By John D. Hamilton, MD
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In this detailed history of infectious diseases, John Hamilton draws upon his extensive experience with other faculty members and staff and delivers an insider’s account of some of the more... More > prevalent and/or serious diseases, the physicians and researchers studying them, and the programs supporting them at Duke University and its affiliate, the Durham VA Medical Center. Combining insights from his own experience and almost 100 interviews of current and former faculty members and staff and his complete access to the Medical Center Archives, he explores: Medical education, public health, and the disease portfolio before and during the 20th century in the world, the state and the city of Durham, North Carolina; Reasons why James B. “Buck” Duke invested his money into what became Duke University; Relevant personal and professional papers belonging to departed or deceased faculty; And provides extensive references for those who wish to delve into the science.< Less
The History of Infectious Diseases At Duke University In the Twentieth Century By John D. Hamilton, MD
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In this detailed history of infectious diseases, John Hamilton draws upon his extensive experience with other faculty members and staff and delivers an insider’s account of some of the more... More > prevalent and/or serious diseases, the physicians and researchers studying them, and the programs supporting them at Duke University and its affiliate, the Durham VA Medical Center. Combining insights from his own experience and almost 100 interviews of current and former faculty members and staff and his complete access to the Medical Center Archives, he explores: Medical education, public health, and the disease portfolio before and during the 20th century in the world, the state and the city of Durham, North Carolina; Reasons why James B. “Buck” Duke invested his money into what became Duke University; Relevant personal and professional papers belonging to departed or deceased faculty; And provides extensive references for those who wish to delve into the science.< Less
The History of Infectious Diseases At Duke University In the Twentieth Century By John D. Hamilton, MD
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In this detailed history of infectious diseases, John Hamilton draws upon his extensive experience with other faculty members and staff and delivers an insider’s account of some of the more... More > prevalent and/or serious diseases, the physicians and researchers studying them, and the programs supporting them at Duke University and its affiliate, the Durham VA Medical Center. Combining insights from his own experience and almost 100 interviews of current and former faculty members and staff and his complete access to the Medical Center Archives, he explores: Medical education, public health, and the disease portfolio before and during the 20th century in the world, the state and the city of Durham, North Carolina; Reasons why James B. “Buck” Duke invested his money into what became Duke University; Relevant personal and professional papers belonging to departed or deceased faculty; And provides extensive references for those who wish to delve into the science.< Less
Bugs, Bites and Bad Diseases By M. Ward Hinds
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There are many, many infectious diseases transmitted by various "bug bites" inflicted on humans. Mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, biting flies and lice are responsible for most of these... More > potentially dangerous infections. In this book you can learn about how such diseases have changed history, where they can be found, how climate change is affecting their range and how you can protect yourself from them.< Less
"It's All In Your Head," Patient Stories From the Front Lines - Intimate Aspects of Chronic and Neuropsychiatric Lyme Disease (Standard Edition) By PJ Langhoff
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An important education on an epidemic illness that is affecting thousands of people across the globe. Insight into the politics, government, and medical denial surrounding Lyme disease, why patients... More > are ignored, and intimate stories from patients describing life with chronic illness no one will acknowledge. Topics include history, politics, co-infections, the "herxheimer" effect, "Munchausen's", patient responsibility, prevention, pediatric and geriatric infection, diagnostic testing explained and a half dozen personal stories from Lyme sufferers. Foreword by a leading expert in Lyme disease and infectious diseases Dr. Joseph Jemsek, MD, FACP HIV/AIDS/Lyme Specialist, ID/BC.Standard Edition. Color photos. 260 pages.< Less
"It's All In Your Head," Patient Stories from the Front Lines : Intimate Aspects of Chronic and Neuropsychiatric Lyme Disease (Standard Edition) By PJ Langhoff
eBook (ePub): $11.99
An important education on an epidemic illness that is affecting thousands of people across the globe. Insight into the politics, government, and medical denial surrounding Lyme disease, why patients... More > are ignored, and intimate stories from patients describing life with chronic illness no one will acknowledge. Topics include history, politics, co-infections, the "herxheimer" effect, "Munchausen's", patient responsibility, prevention, pediatric and geriatric infection, diagnostic testing explained and a half dozen personal stories from Lyme sufferers.Foreword by a leading expert in Lyme disease and infectious diseases Dr. Joseph Jemsek, MD, FACP HIV/AIDS/Lyme Specialist, ID/BC.Standard Edition. Color photos. 260 pages.< Less
MRSA and Staphylococcal Infections, Second Edition By Hernan R. Chang, M.D.
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Despite the large amount of information available through books, Internet sites, and libraries, more and more people with staphylococcal and MRSA infections present to their primary care physicians... More > offices, urgent care centers, and emergency rooms. The disease seems to continue to spread. Most people with a history of MRSA colonization get a reassuring answer when they ask about their contagiousness. The plain truth is that you are potentially contagious. In order to understand the magnitude of this epidemic and to realize how the appearance of MRSA has and will influence our lives and our culture, consider the classic handshake. The handshake will never again be the same after MRSA. The information presented in this book is intended to provide a general understanding of MRSA and Staphylococcal infections.< Less
Time Would Tell: A Collaborative Memoir By Maxine Premer & Gary Premer
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Maxine Premer was no stranger to hardship. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, her childhood was largely defined by her father’s alcoholism and frequent brushes with the law. As the oldest of six... More > children, she grew up quickly in Colorado and Nebraska amidst a backdrop of isolation, poverty, and illness. As a teenager, she encouraged her mother to divorce, which led her family to live with Maxine’s grandfather. Ever a tyrant, he soon forced her to drop out of school. With the support of her son Gary, she began writing her life story in her late seventies. As much as this journey brought Maxine closer to the past, it also illuminated the present, enabling her to better understand her life and heal the wounds that shaped it. All book sale proceeds net of publication expense will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.< Less
Time Would Tell: A Collaborative Memoir By Maxine Premer & Gary Premer
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Maxine Premer was no stranger to hardship. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, her childhood was largely defined by her father’s alcoholism and frequent brushes with the law. As the oldest of six... More > children, she grew up quickly in Colorado and Nebraska amidst a backdrop of isolation, poverty, and illness. As a teenager, she encouraged her mother to divorce, which led her family to live with Maxine’s grandfather. Ever a tyrant, he soon forced her to drop out of school. With the support of her son Gary, she began writing her life story in her late seventies. As much as this journey brought Maxine closer to the past, it also illuminated the present, enabling her to better understand her life and heal the wounds that shaped it. All book sale proceeds net of publication expense will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.< Less
Time Would Tell: A Collaborative Memoir By Maxine Premer & Gary Premer
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Maxine Premer was no stranger to hardship. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, her childhood was largely defined by her father’s alcoholism and frequent brushes with the law. As the oldest of six... More > children, she grew up quickly in Colorado and Nebraska amidst a backdrop of isolation, poverty, and illness. As a teenager, she encouraged her mother to divorce, which led her family to live with Maxine’s grandfather. Ever a tyrant, he soon forced her to drop out of school. With the support of her son Gary, she began writing her life story in her late seventies. As much as this journey brought Maxine closer to the past, it also illuminated the present, enabling her to better understand her life and heal the wounds that shaped it. All book sale proceeds net of publication expense will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association.< Less

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