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BREATHING EASY...a journey to transplant By Sandra Norwood
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This book documents the amazing journey from illness to transplant; provides hope and important information regarding transplants, while still finding humor in the process.
BREATHING EASY...a journey to transplant By Sandra Norwood
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This book documents the amazing journey from illness to transplant; provides hope and important information regarding transplants, while still finding humor in the process.
Breathing Better Together By Oon Keong Leong
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Pulmonary rehabilitation can be offered to anyone who has persistent chest symptoms like cough, sputum and shortness of breath. The benefits of rehabilitation are achievable regardless of age, sex,... More > smoking status or lung function.< Less
Enfermedad Pulmonar 101: Manual Básico Del Paciente By Arunabh Talwar, M.D.
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Lung Disease 101: A Patient Primer is a publication outlining advance lung disease that works its way from basic lung anatomy to the complex mechanism of the disease process. It provides a basic road... More > map on how lung disease is diagnosed and managed.< Less
TOBACCO KILLS - A survey of tobacco induced diseases By Dr.Jyotsna Lal
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Tobacco causes around 13 500 deaths per day .Half of children are exposed to tobacco smoke at home. 47.5% of men smoke and 10.3% of women smoke. A cigarette is the only legally available consumer... More > product that kills through normal use 2000: Business: market share: World's largest tobacco companies: 1. China national tobacco company 31% [china has 385 million smokers] 2. Philip Morris 17% 3. British American tobacco (bat) 13% 4. Rjr reynolds 6% 1999: consumption: China annual cigarette volume: around 1.6 trillion cigarettes US: around 415 billion sticks.Japan: 327 billion russia: 257 billion Germany: 140 billion India: just under 100 billion. Brazil: 97 billion 1999: consumption: about 10 million americans smoke cigars.< Less
TOBACCO KILLS - A survey of tobacco induced diseases By Dr.Jyotsna Lal
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Tobacco causes around 13 500 deaths per day .Half of children are exposed to tobacco smoke at home. 47.5% of men smoke and 10.3% of women smoke. A cigarette is the only legally available consumer... More > product that kills through normal use 2000: Business: market share: World's largest tobacco companies: 1. China national tobacco company 31% [china has 385 million smokers] 2. Philip Morris 17% 3. British American tobacco (bat) 13% 4. Rjr reynolds 6% 1999: consumption: China annual cigarette volume: around 1.6 trillion cigarettes US: around 415 billion sticks.Japan: 327 billion russia: 257 billion Germany: 140 billion India: just under 100 billion. Brazil: 97 billion 1999: consumption: about 10 million americans smoke cigars.< Less
The First International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis By Matthew Brown et al.
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Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis, held on September 6, 2008 in New York as part of the MICCAI workshop program.
The First International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis By Matthew Brown et al.
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Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis, held on September 6, 2008 in New York as part of the MICCAI workshop program.
The Etiology of Cancer By Carmi Hazen
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Cancer is a deranged biological process. It begins with an imbalanced terrain within the digestive tract which ultimately contaminates the blood supply and lymphatic fluids. Combined with missing... More > nutrients and an attenuated circulation of body fluids often combined with an irritation or tissue injury, the cancer process begins. Humans enjoy a great deal of control over their bodies and armed with proper knowledge, cancer can not only be prevented, it can also be cured. Medicine is a cartel that controls virtually every aspect of medical practice. Effective remedies for cancer and most other diseases have been suppressed and thus today's practitioners toe-the-line in blind obedience to the pharmaceutical empire who are the over-lords whose only interest is the bottom line. Doctors are not taught the mechanism of disease and have been led to believe that germs are the cause of disease when they are mostly just the result of it.< Less
Choy Gar Kuen. By Eric Ling
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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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