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Published November, 2017
By Melody S. Goodman
Publisher: Productivity Press
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Published November, 2017
By Daniel Messelken and David F. Winkler
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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Published November, 2017
By Alan C. Jackson
Publisher: Elsevier (Academic Press Inc)
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Published November, 2017
By Manuel Posada, Stephen Groft and Domenica Taruscio
Publisher: Springer (Springer International Publishing AG)
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The fields of rare diseases research and orphan products development continue to expand with more products in research and development status.

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Published November, 2017
By Renan Rangel Bonamigo and Sergio Ivan Torres Dornelles
Publisher: Springer (Springer International Publishing AG)
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Published November, 2017
By Vance Berger
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (CRC Press)
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Published November, 2017
By Longjian Liu
Publisher: Elsevier (Elsevier - Health Sciences Division)
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Published November, 2017
By John Arras
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
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This volume collects essays by the late bioethicist John D. Arras, best known for his many contributions to the methodology of bioethics. Always open-minded, Arras did not favor a single theory or view of method in bioethics, eschewing labels such as "casuist" or "pragmatist." He was conversant with the main philosophical methods that have dominated bioethics since the field's origin, including principlism, Gert's common morality, the "new casuistry," pragmatism, and others. Rather than defending any particular theory or method, though, Arras rigorously investigated those methods - and how they both expand and limit our field of vision. He sought, in the tradition of Kierkegaard, to make life "harder" for bioethics, by uncovering challenges to the field's analytical methods. His favorite mode of exploration and expression was the thoughtful essay. The essays collected here reveal him thinking through new problems and new possibilities, and they invariably yield fresh and valuable insights.

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"The definitive reference for budding and experienced cancer epidemiologists alike." -American Journal of Epidemiology "Practitioners in epidemiology and oncology will find immense value in this." -JAMA Now revised for the first time in more than a decade, this fourth edition of CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PREVENTION provides a comprehensive summary of the global patterns of cancer incidence and mortality, current understanding of the major causal determinants, and a rationale for preventive interventions. Special attention is paid to molecular epidemiologic approaches that address the wider role of genetic predisposition and gene-environment interactions in cancer etiology and pathogenesis. For both seasoned professionals and newer generations of students and researchers, this fourth edition of CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PREVENTION remains the authoritative reference textbook in the field — a work of distinction that every lab, library, student, professional, or researcher should have close at hand.

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Published October, 2017
By Betsy Foxman
Publisher: Elsevier (Academic Press Inc)
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