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The Incredible Machine, Poole, Robert M. (Editor)
1 The Incredible Machine
Poole, Robert M. (Editor): National Geographic Society; Washington, D. C. 1989 
Second Printing Hard Cover Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket: 9.5 x 11 in.: 384 pages 

004195004195: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Has prior owner's name and address rubber stamped on title page and dustjacket has short cut at edge. Otherwise, boards and pages are clean, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. "Takes you on a dazzling journey through the human body, an exploration that would be impossible without new advances in medical science and photography. Contains 443 Illustrations including 399 photographs and 44 paintings and diagrams. " Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

Price: 22.50 USD
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Xeno: The Promise of Transplanting Animal Organs Into Humans, Cooper, David K. C. (Author) / Lanza, Robert P. (Author) / Cook, Robin (Foreword By)
2 Xeno: The Promise of Transplanting Animal Organs Into Humans
Cooper, David K. C. (Author) / Lanza, Robert P. (Author) / Cook, Robin (Foreword By): Oxford University Press; 2000 0195128338 / 9780195128338
First Edition: First Printing Hard Cover Fine in Very Good Dust Jacket: 6.5 x 9.5 in.: 274 pages 

013601013601: Bookjacket/dustjacket now protected by a New Brodart Mylar Cover. Dustjacket has small scuffing at bottom edge of spine; otherwise is intact and complete. Book has two black remainder marks on bottom of page block. Else, boards and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Printing Number Line (9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1). Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. "The plight of a patient waiting months, sometimes years, for an organ transplant is one of the most heart-wrenching predicaments confronting medicine today. But the current critical shortage of human donor organs has had one positive consequence: it has stimulated promising new research into the field of xenotransplantation--the transplantation of organs from one animal species to another. David Cooper and Robert Lanza explore what may become one of the greatest medical advances of the 21st century. As scientists genetically engineer animal organs to evade the problems of rejection, we can expect a tremendous increase in xenotransplantation. This book recounts the several historical attempts to transplant animal organs into humans, and draws attention to the immense potential and promise of this form of therapy.": Remainder

Price: 35.00 USD
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