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Stem Cells: A Very Short Introduction

Second Edition

£8.99

Jonathan Slack

9780198869290
Paperback
23 September 2021

Very Short Introductions

Stem cells are a rapidly developing area of research. This book explains the nature and different types of stem cells, explores their applications in medicine for treating diseases and injuries, and considers the major areas of current research.

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Dementia: A Very Short Introduction

£8.99

Kathleen Taylor

9780198825784
Paperback
23 July 2020

Very Short Introductions

Kathleen Taylor offers a clear guide to dementia, covering its history and its definition, different types and their symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, and the underlying science. She also explains why we still have no cure for dementia, and looks at current research which could soon change that.

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Cytopathology

Second Edition

£52.99

Behdad Shambayati

9780198717362
Paperback
28 May 2018

Fundamentals of Biomedical Science

The only text to successfully bring together the theory and practice of cytopathology in an accessible way for undergraduate biomedical science students.

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Clinical Psychology: A Very Short Introduction

£8.99

Susan Llewelyn, Katie Aafjes-van Doorn

9780198753896
Paperback
27 April 2017

Very Short Introductions

Clinical psychology treats people who are facing difficulties or changes in their lives. Approaching personal distress as an unhappy outcome of certain ways of thinking, behaving and relating, often occurring within difficult circumstances, practitioners work with people to try and help them change what is distressing or concerning them.

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