One World: The Health and Survival of the Human Species in the 21st Century
by Robert Lanza
Publisher: Booktrope 2000
Number of pages: 232
Original essays written by some of the premier scholars of our times examine world health and survival in the 21st century. These reflections and studies examine social change in light of health changes; from constraints in world medical programs to the involvement of science and the humanities in expanding health programs.
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