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  • What Killed Jane Austen?by George Biro; Jim Leavesley

    The History Press 2011; US$ 5.99

    Was Winston Churchill fit to rule? Why was Marie Antoinette's wedding night a let down? What really cost Napoleon his victory at Waterloo? What killed Jane Austen? The intriguing nature of Jane Austen's demise is just one of a series of sometimes famous and often bizarre stories featured in What Killed Jane Austen? Why did Mary Tudor have phantom pregnancies... more...

  • What Killed Jane Austen? And other medical mysteries, marvels andby Jim Dr. Leavesley; George Biro

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 10.99

    Jane Austen, the much-loved author of Emma, Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility,was just 42 when she died. Do you know what killed her?the intriguing nature of Jane Austen's demise is just one of a series of sometimes famous, often bizarre and always memorable stories featured in What Killed Jane Austen? Why was Louis XVI embarrassed on his... more...

  • How Isaac Newton Lost His Marbles And more medical mysteries, marvelsby Jim Dr. Leavesley; George Biro

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 9.99

    After their successful book speculating on What Killed Jane Austen, Dr Jim Leavesley and Dr George Biro turn their attention to How Isaac Newton Lost His Marbles and more medical mysteries. the life and death of this hypochondriac scientist is just one of over 50 intriguing stories of famous patients, doctors, medical experiments, disasters and triumphs.?... more...

  • Flies in the Ointmentby Jim Dr. Leavesley; George Biro

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 9.99

    After their successful books What Killed Jane Austen? and How Isaac Newton Lost his Marbles, Dr Leavesley and Dr Biro turn their attention once again to a new collection of medical mysteries and marvels. Written with Leavesley and Biro's clinical flair and knack for diagnosing the truth, Flies in the Ointment: Medical Quacks, Quirks and Oddities reveals... more...

  • Oxygen Transport to Tissue XIby Karel Rakusan; George P. Biro; Thomas K. Goldstick

    Springer US 2012; US$ 100.47

    The Ottawa '88 meeting of the International Society for Oxygen Transport to Tissue attracted a record number of participants and presentations. We were able to avoid simultaneous sessions and still keep the scientific program to four days by using poster sessions followed by plenary debate on each poster. To paraphrase the British physicist David Bohm,... more...

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