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AIDS-Related Cancers and Their Treatment

This book summarizes the etiology, presentation, and treatment of the complex symptoms, infections, and opportunistic cancers of people living with HIV/AIDS. Presents therapies that strike a balance between controlling and eliminating cancer and minimizing the damage to the immune system. Illustrates points with clear and easily read figures, tables, and flow charts! Written to survey the magnitude of the impact HIV and AIDS have had on public health and oncology, AIDS-Related Cancers and Their Treatment identifies types of cancer and gives evidence for their associations with immunosuppression compares and contrasts AIDS-related cancer with non-HIV malignancies investigates the pathogenesis of malignancy in HIV/AIDS patients provides guidelines for recognizing possible symptoms and making accurate diagnoses supplies algorithms for evaluating and staging patients at presentation outlines potential problems and obstacles in caring for AIDS-related cancer patients suggests optimal therapeutic approaches for the care of patients with AIDS and cancer discusses prognostic factors in response to therapy and survival statistics describes preliminary experience with emerging therapies and projects new approaches advises how to enroll patients to participate in clinical trials of new therapies considers the psychological impact on patients and their need for counseling and support reviews access-to-care issues in AIDS and the community burden of this epidemic provides information sources for both AIDS patients and their physicians and more With contributions from nearly 25 clinicians and citing more than 1200 references to support and elaborate on text material, AIDS-Related Cancers and TheirTreatment is a crucial reference for oncologists, immunologists, infectious disease specialists, hematologists, internists, microbiologists, virologists, epidemiologists, molecular and cell biologists, pathologists, and medical students in these disciplines.

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 Assignment Sahara: Chad and Sudan
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Assignment Sahara: Chad and Sudan puts Janine Simms, an experienced CIA operative, into one of the most dangerous assignments of her career. She is sent to Chad, Central Africa, under the auspices of the American Embassy, ostensibly to oversee the delivery of food and medical supplies to refugees from the Darfur region of Sudan. Her real mission is to search for the missing daughter of a U.S. senator. The girl, Lilli, has mysteriously disappeared from a church group providing aid to the refugees. Janine's search takes her north to the uncharted Tibesti Mountains of Chad, an insurgent stronghold, to look for the girl. She is aided in her task by Brax, an experienced bush pilot, and Lilli's father, the irate senator, who will risk anything, even forcing the group to deal with terrorists, to rescue his daughter.

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 Berlin Airlift
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In June 1948, Joseph Stalin stopped all road and rail traffic coming into and out of the Allied sector of Berlin. He simultaneously cut off all electricity to the city, leaving only a 20-mile-wide sector of air corridors and one wayto get supplies to desperate, starving people. The United States, using the only method it could, led Allies in mobilizing an unprecedented airlift of thousands of tons of supplies each day. By September 1948, the airlift was transporting food, coal, medical supplies, and other necessities into West Berlin as aid for the residents. At the same time, the Russian military threatened to strike down any aircraft caught flying outside of the corridor. Finally, by April of 1949, Russia announced their intent to end the blockade, and in August of the same year, the United States airlift operation was terminated.

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 British Infantryman in the Far East 1941-45
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This title focuses on the experience, tactics, training and weapons of the British soldier from the Fall of Malaya and Singapore until the Reconquest of Burma. It takes a close look at jungle warfare training in India and the ensuing action in Burma, tracing the development of tactics and doctrine: this formed the basis for the victories in the Arakan and the battles of Kohima and Imphal. The soldier's view of India, the entertainment available on leave, food rationing and other supplies such as cigarettes, the introduction of the forces newspaper SEAC, and the medical problems of malaria are all explored in detail.

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 Bsava Manual of Ornamental Fish
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The book supplies a synopsis of the aquatic environment, commercial farming, and trade in ornamental fish, and emphasizes the importance of filtration and husbandry in garden ponds and aquariums. Specially commissioned illustrations compliment the text.At-a-glance tables provide important information in the BSAVA'a established accessible style.The focus then shifts to the individual fish, detailing the approach to clinical examination and disease investigation, including anesthesia and diagnostic imaging. Diseases are described from both a systematic and an aetiological viewpoint to give maximum assistance to readers. Full-color photographs illustrate the clinical features of diseases in a number of species and give readers an appreciation of the variety of infectious and parasitic organisms encountered. The remaining pages present a practical approach to treating ornamental fish, including common surgical procedures.

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Supplies more than 2200 references to encourage ongoing research! This one-of-a-kind volume synthesizes the latest breakthroughs in the fields of allergy and chemokines resulting in innovative paradigms and new concepts concerning the origin and treatment of allergic diseases. Considers the biological properties of nearly 60 structurally related chemokines and over a dozen receptors! Fashioned to give an up-to-date overview of molecular structure, gene regulation, biological properties, and signal transduction pathways, Chemokines in Allergic Disease documents the emergence of chemokines as an important super family of chemoattractant cytokines that promote the activation and development of leukocytes illuminates the processes that control leukocyte accumulation links chemokines with cell recruitment and activation in allergic disease explores the benefits of pharmaceutical intervention in the chemokine pathway covers the fundamental biochemistry, molecular biology, and physical structure of chemokines and their receptors describes transcriptional regulation of chemokine expression discusses virally induced gene expression as a main trigger of allergic responses in children analyzes eosinophils, basophils, T lymphocytes, dendritic cells, and macrophages elucidates the cellular network involved in the generation of chemokines in allergic diseases highlights pharmaceutical approaches for the development of chemokine structural analogs, receptor antagonists, and inhibitors of signal transduction offers therapeutic strategies for interfering with chemokines in allergic disorders and more! With contributions from 46 internationally respected clinicians, Chemokines in Allergic Disease isan indispensable reference for basic and clinical immunologists; allergists; pulmonologists and pulmonary disease specialists; physiologists; molecular, cellular, and lung biologists; pediatricians; internists; and graduate and medical school students in these disciplines.

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Marine Sergeant George P. Hutchings landed in Vietnam in 1967. Fighting near the northern Province of Quan Tri, he was deployed on hundreds of combat missions, even the dreaded nighttime Scorpion maneuvers. A riveting survival story, written in his matter-of-fact in your face style - from his entire battalion being ambushed and nearly all killed in the jungles of Medina, October 12, 1967, to his mooning the North Vietnamese as they shelled him on his way to the outhouse, you will not put this book down. Operation Ford, north of Phue Pi, March 18, 1968; George was caught in crossfire and shot three times in the hip with an AK-47. Acting dead as a Vietcong stuck him with a bayonet, George shot him in the head. Medi-vacced out, George was awarded the Purple Heart. Follow Georges journey from a dysfunctional youth, to seeing his friends blown to pieces in the muddy battlefields of Southeast Asia, to his difficult readjustment to civilian life. His heart bare, George shares how he fell in love and after years of searching, discovered his purpose in life, which led him to his present day international projects delivering much needed medical supplies to countries in Africa. Perhaps his greatest survival skill is to never let situations get him demoralized. *Author: Hutchings, George P. *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 188 *Publication Date: 2005/10/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.51 inches

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Focusing on all the major cytokine families, this reference book provides coverage of cytokine regulatory processes in the lung and other tissues and comprehensive descriptions of cytokine functions specific to the lung.;Discussing the diverse cytokine-binding proteins and the role of cytokines in tissue injury and repair processes and extracellular matrix regulations, the book supplies information on amino acid structure and gene regulatory sequences, examines the receptor biology of individual cytokines, illustrates cytokine interactions with their cognate receptors and surveys the phenotypic effects of individual cytokines on target cells. With over 2700 literature citations and figures, this book is a resource for pulmonologists, physiologists, immunologists, cell and molecular biologists, environmental toxicologists, oncologists, and graduate-level and medical school students in these disciplines. *Author: Kelley, Jason/ Kelley, J. *Series Title: Surfactant Science *Series Number: 61 *Binding Type: Hardcover *Number of Pages: 664 *Publication Date: 1992/09/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 8.80 x 6.06 x 1.40 inches

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A model town at war with itself. George Pullman created an ideal community for his railroad car workers, complete with every amenity they could want or need. But when hard economic times hit in 1894, lay-offs follow and the workers can no longer pay their rent or buy food at the company store. Starving and desperate, they turn against their once benevolent employer. Emily Cabot and her friend Dr. Stephen Chapman bring much needed food and medical supplies to the town, hoping they can meet the immediate needs of the workers and keep them from resorting to violence. But when one young worker-suspected of being a spy-is murdered, and a bomb plot comes to light, Emily must race to discover the truth behind a tangled web of family and company alliances.

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Research and clinical laboratory facilities are, perhaps, the most complex structures to plan and design. Intimidated by a vast and seemingly impenetrable body of codes, regulations, and design criteria pertaining to lab design and construction, many architects, unfortunately, choose to avoid what can be one of the most profitable and professionally rewarding areas of specialization. Written by an architect with more than thirty-three years of experience as a master planner and programmer of laboratories and clinical facilities, this book demystifies the process of laboratory planning and design. It provides a comprehensive overview of the fundamental issues related to laboratory design and offers readers detailed, step-by-step guidance through the complex maze of design specifications and codes, standards, and official guidelines that must be addressed during the programming, planning, design, and construction process. Focusing mainly on laboratory programming, planning, and design criteria for wet laboratory environments, Leonard Mayer provides examples from numerous master plans, facility programs, functional programs and requirements programs applicable to a wide variety of scientific and medical disciplines, and related facilities. Related functions and activities include administrative offices, computer centers, core service and support, building services facilities, and more. He presents new and updated design criteria based on recent laws and regulations and supplies readers with comprehensive lists of relevant codes, regulations, standards, guidelines, and architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing criteria. Design and Planning of Research and ClinicalLaboratory Facilities is an excellent primer for architecture students and newcomers to the field, as well as an indispensable single-volume reference for experienced professionals. It is also an invaluable resource for researchers and investigators, facility planners and managers, plant

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The moral issues involved in doctors assisting patients to die with dignity are of absolutely central concern to the medical profession, ethicists, and the public at large. The debate is fueled by cases that extend way beyond passive euthanasia to the active consideration of killing by physicians. The need for a sophisticated but lucid exposition of the two sides of the argument is now urgent. This book supplies that need. Two prominent philosophers, Gerald Dworkin and R.G. Frey argue that in certain circumstances it is morally and should be legally permissible for physicians to provide the knowledge and means by which patients can take their lives. One of the best-known ethicists in the US (author of Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private) Sissela Bok argues that the legalization of euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide would entail grave risks and would in no way deal adequately with the needs of those at the end of their lives, least of all in societies without health insurance available to all. All the moral and factual issues relevant to this controversy are explored. The book will thus enable readers to begin to decide for themselves how to confront a decision that we are all likely to face at some point in our lives.

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Foodborne pathogens continue to cause major public health problems worldwide. These organisms are the leading causes of illness and death in less developed countries, killing approximately 1.8 million people annually. In developed countries, foodborne pathogens are responsible for millions of cases of infectious gastrointestinal diseases each year, costing billions of dollars in medical care and lost productivity. In addition, new foodborne diseases are likely to emerge driven by factors such as pathogen evolution, changes in agricultural and food manufacturing practices, and changes to the human host status. A third problem is that there are growing concerns that terrorists could use pathogens to contaminate food and water supplies in attempts to incapacitate thousands of people and disrupt economic growth. Fuelled by these concerns, research into the genomics, molecular biology, and microbiology of the most important foodborne pathogens has escalated to unprecedented levels in recent

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This is the story of the Spanish-American War, told not from the perspective of generals, policy makers, or politicians, but from that of the soldiers, sailors and marines in the field and the reporters who covered their efforts. Concentration on the daily lives of these people provides insight into the often overlooked facets of a soldiers life, detailing their training and interaction with weaponry, their food, clothing, and medical supplies, and their personal interactions and daily struggles. While the Spanish-American War set the stage for Americas emergence as a global power, this is its history on an individual scale, as seen through the eyes of those upon whom the war had the most immediate impactthe soldiers who fought and died in it, and the journalists who documented their stories.

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