Health policy and technological innovation /
edited by J.M. Newsom-Davis and David Weatherall.
1st ed.
London : New York : Published by Chapman & Hall Medical for the Royal Society, 1994.
xi, 178 p. : ill.
0412542501 (alk. paper)
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London : New York : Published by Chapman & Hall Medical for the Royal Society, 1994.
0412542501 (alk. paper)
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Includes index.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors
The developed worldp. 3
The developing worldp. 27
Transplantation in the third milleniump. 37
The Human Genome Projectp. 49
Cancerp. 57
Imaging the human brain: a new window to normal human performance and diseasep. 69
Psychopharmacologyp. 77
Laser techniques for cancer therapyp. 91
New vaccinesp. 109
Health information technology for the third millenium: the legacies of Charles Darwin, Charles Babbage and Adam Smithp. 127
Towards research-based health carep. 145
Priorities for medical research in the next milleniump. 163
Indexp. 173
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