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Voices of Scleroderma, Vol. 3 | Paperback

by International Scleroderma Network (Author)

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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  International Scleroderma Network
Page Count:  336 Pages
Publication Date:  January 17, 2006
Sales Rank:  2338206th


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“I highly recommend this book for patients, caregivers, and medical professionals who want quality medical information and support for scleroderma and related illnesses. “Access to high quality reliable modern information is crucial to patient well-being and outcomes. The realization that ‘you ARE NOT alone’ has therapeutic value in its own right. “The nonprofit International Scleroderma Network (ISN) and its website at enjoys a well-deserved reputation for top-notch medical and support information and services from both the patient and medical organizations throughout the world. Each book in this series features enlightening articles from esteemed scleroderma researchers as well as over 100 unique patient and caregiver stories from 16 countries and in 5 languages. “It is only with a partnership of patients and scientists in a concerted worldwide effort that we will solve the riddle of scleroderma.” James R. Seibold, M.D. Director, University of Michigan Scleroderma Program Chair, ISN Medical Advisory Board


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