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Available at Prometheus Press and Amazon.com
 
Antibiotic-resistant microbes infect more than 2 million Americans and kill over 100,000 each year. They spread rapidly, even in such seemingly harmless places as high school locker rooms, where they infect young athletes. Throughout the world, many more people are dying from these infections. Astoundingly, as antibiotic resistant infections are skyrocketing in incidence—creating a critical need for new antibiotics—R&D of new antibiotics has ground to a screeching halt!
     Rising Plague tells the story of this grave public health crisis. True and very moving patient stories are shared to emphasize the terrible frustration we experience while attempting to treat untreatable infections, not to mention the heart-break and tragedy that many of these patients’ families have to endure.  The book explains the true causes of antibiotic resistance and of the virtual collapse of antibiotic research and development.  This crucial and timely book is lucidly written in terms that everyone can understand. It issues a call to action, explaining how, through a strong and concerted effort, we can all help prevent this nightmare scenario from happening.
Boards and Wards series available at Amazon.com
 

Medical students and interns have no time to waste preparing for clinical rotations and the USMLE Steps 2 and 3. That's where Boards and Wards for USMLE Steps 2 & 3 comes in!

     Written in a high-yield outline format, it provides broad coverage of all the major fields of medicine tested on the USMLE and end-of-rotation exams.

Features you’ve come to trust:

--Portable format ideal for clinical rotations
--Coverage of frequently tested topics in a succinct, organized manner
--75 USMLE-style questions for quick, comprehensive review
--Color graphs, tables, charts, and algorithms highlight key content
--Zebras and Syndromes Appendix for easy look-up of rare diseases
--130 USMLE -style questions and rationales for further review and self-testing
--eBook provides fully searchable text