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Little White Blood Cells By E. Onen
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'Familiy is who you are, not about what's in you blood.' After a hunting excurison, the Cotillards youngest son Michel is taken ill. When he returns home, his father begins begins to grow cold, his... More > mother distant, all he has left is the unconditonal love of his brother, Francois. 'Is there sometning in the air, or could it possibly be in the blood.'< Less
menace in my blood - my affliction with sickle cell anaemia By ola tamedu
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Menace In My Blood is populated with startling and unbelievable experiences for a child challenged by sickle cell disorder. He was seven when he underwent sexual molestation at the hands of a... More > relative. Before this he had learnt to smoke (real cigarettes and crumpled pawpaw leaves). Another relative took him on hand to visit - and spend nights - with a prostitute. At 14, he regularly sneaked from school to engage in gambling. Of his sickle cell experiences, the following are prominent: transfusions, blood in urine, bed-wetting (’I was already in the university before the whole embarrassment finally ceased’) and severe, constant, headaches.< Less
menace in my blood - my affliction with sickle cell anaemia By ola tamedu
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Menace In My Blood is populated with startling and unbelievable experiences for a child challenged by sickle cell disorder. He was seven when he underwent sexual molestation at the hands of a... More > relative. Before this he had learnt to smoke (real cigarettes and crumpled pawpaw leaves). Another relative took him on hand to visit - and spend nights - with a prostitute. At 14, he regularly sneaked from school to engage in gambling. Of his sickle cell experiences, the following are prominent: transfusions, blood in urine, bed-wetting (’I was already in the university before the whole embarrassment finally ceased’) and severe, constant, headaches.< Less
A Smaller I - reflections of a fetal cell By Richard Dryden, Hans Arkeveld
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Have you ever wondered how a baby makes itself before birth? Contemporary science explains the process by referring to genes and molecules. But we believe there is a social dimension too: the... More > developing baby is a community, a community of cells. We are familiar with living in a community. Perhaps we can draw upon that experience to better understand prenatal development? Imagine yourself as a cell within a fetus. Contractions are beginning and birth approaches. Your guide is a blood cell...< Less
Characters & Capers - My Life and Times By Peter Blood, Alf Morley
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Identical twins Alf and Ernie Morley were committed delinquents at a tender age. Despite a sight disability, they became the thieving scourge of the neighborhood, their school's greatest headache and... More > a source of despair to their family. This, by the age of seven! In their teens they ran riot through Sydney's western suburbs, finding themselves continuously in and out of detention centers. As thieves, no dare was left undone. All was great fun, until one day Alf found himself in prison. It was there he was cold-bloodedly told that brother Ernie had died in a cell whilst in police custody. Alf's grief and anger at his loss was directed towards society and its authorities. He felt society owed him and should pay its debt. This is the story of what he collected – and what he paid. You’ll be angered, charmed, disappointed and enthralled. You’ll want to hit him and you’ll want to hug him. But most of all, you’ll be entertained.< Less
Genetic Nemesis HbSS: Sickle Cell Anaemia By Tosin Coker
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Calling upon her own life experiences as an inheritor of the sickle cell blood disorder, Tosin candidly shares her accumulation of knowledge and wisdom on the subject. With her 'out of the box'... More > approach, this book is filled with guidance and tips for improving daily life. As well as educating the layman and offering practical suggestions, she explores unconventional theories pertaining to issues commonly faced by those living with sickle cell.< Less
Descendants of L.X. Blood By Angel Marvin, Michael Olsen
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About a two men named Lio and Xios who had their bodies formed into one in a lab explosion. They are known now as Kira. He meets a man named Vincent Deminight who helps him get them their bodies... More > back. When he returns them to normal they get captured by their younger brother Blood Aoilord. Blood the youngest brother also the King of Hell is losing his throne to one of his Descendants Sethrothe and Magus Aoilord/twins. He tries destroying them but fails to do so. Vincent rescues Magus, but fails to save Sethrothe. Sethrothe is given new memories and is sent to a new home with a new name/Hitsugi. He lives with his maid/lover Siroc. Vince takes Aion-human name/Magus-vampire name and trains him to fight and get through strong barriers. On Hitsugis 16th birtday he drives to his fathers house and is attacked by his fathers guard and is thrown in a under ground cell. He is then told that he was not human but an Vampire and he had killed his parents whitch one was human and the other a vampire god See whathappens next< Less
Investigating the blood-brain barrier - physiology, pathology and applications By Euroscicon
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The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is composed of specialised endothelium which physically separates the central nervous system from brain microvasculature, and prevents movement of many substances... More > between the two. Only a very limited number of molecules are able to cross the BBB including those that are lipid soluble, those for which there are specific transport systems and small molecular weight molecules (below about 500 Daltons), making drug delivery to the brain a real challenge. The aim of this meeting was to provide an update on BBB endothelial cell (patho)physiology and function and to discuss novel approaches CNS drug delivery. Meeting's Chair: Dr Charlotte Lawson, Royal Veterinary College, UK.< Less
Investigating the blood-brain barrier - physiology, pathology and applications By Euroscicon
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The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is composed of specialised endothelium which physically separates the central nervous system from brain microvasculature, and prevents movement of many substances... More > between the two. Only a very limited number of molecules are able to cross the BBB including those that are lipid soluble, those for which there are specific transport systems and small molecular weight molecules (below about 500 Daltons), making drug delivery to the brain a real challenge. The aim of this meeting was to provide an update on BBB endothelial cell (patho)physiology and function and to discuss novel approaches CNS drug delivery. Meeting's Chair: Dr Charlotte Lawson, Royal Veterinary College, UK.< Less
Thoughts Racing Through My Mind By Regine Dubono-Pelham
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An assembly of essays, poems, short stories, letters, based on a stream of thoughts writing technique, similar to the stream of thoughts individuals with mental illness might experience. to... More > demonstrate the scale of continuity between conscious thought and unconsciousness, health and so called "illness", and art and science as it applies to healing and the medical arts. Also a description of the program "ART, HISTORY AND MEDICINE", presented at Rutgers University in 1990 by Artists for Mental Health, a NP corporation in NJ, based in South Orange, NJ, of which Dubono was the chief founder and activist. The final essay entitled: An Urgent Letter to a Prescriber" deals with the ethics of psychiatric prescriptions, often containing duplicates, or medications that oppose each other's, and their side effects which are little understood by community residents and staff alike. At least patients in psychiatric hospitals were monitored. In the community, Serious Drugs side effects are often ignored.< Less