Scleroderma: The Proven Therapy that Can Save Your Life | Paperback
by Henry Scammell (Author)
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M. Evans & Company
October 06, 2003
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Product Description Scleroderma, which affects as many as 400,000 Americans, starts off like skin cancer but is far more deadly. This new edition is updated with new information about the best therapy for this disease, including the results of the landmark first, and a new, second clinical trial of the only therapy to report reversal and remission of this deadly disease.
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