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Author Pushpa Khanna has made a breakthrough in diabetic research. Her book describes the phytochemical isolation, toxicity, shelf life and clinical trials of polypeptide-K, an anti-diabetic drug the author discovered made from seeds of Momordica Charantia L (bitter gourd) with a new physiological concept.
'Mendip Hospital - An Appreciation' is a well-researched and fascinating account of the Somerset County Lunatic Asylum, later re-named Mendip Hospital, from its beginning in 1848 until its closure in 1991.
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