Hepatitis A to G

The Facts You Need to Know About All the Forms of This Dangerous Disease
By Alan Berkman M.D., Nicholas Bakalar (Trade Paperback, 2001)
Hepatitis is a growing epidemic caused by many deadly viruses labeled A to G, each requiring different diagnosis and treatment. Easily contracted in many ways, from drinking water to casual contact to sexual intercourse, this debilitating disease poses a risk to everyone. Now in trade paperback, here is the only book that gives readers the solid facts on all forms of this illness. Written by viral expert Dr. Alan Berkman and science author Nicholas Bakalar, this comprehensive, easy-to-read volume clearly explains how each hepatitis virus is contracted and avoided, and how to treat it with the latest medical breakthroughs.
  • Grand Central Publishing
    • Format: Trade Paperback

    • Price: $21.99 US/$23.99 CAN

    • ISBN-13: 9780446677233

    • On Sale Date: 05/01/2001

    • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

    • Imprint: Grand Central Publishing

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Hepatitis is a growing epidemic caused by many deadly viruses labeled A to G, each requiring different diagnosis and treatment. Easily contracted in many ways, from drinking water to casual contact to sexual intercourse, this debilitating disease poses a risk to everyone. Now in trade paperback, here is the only book that gives readers the solid facts on all forms of this illness. Written by viral expert Dr. Alan Berkman and science author Nicholas Bakalar, this comprehensive, easy-to-read volume clearly explains how each hepatitis virus is contracted and avoided, and how to treat it with the latest medical breakthroughs.

Product Details

Hepatitis A to G
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Price: $21.99 US/$23.99 CAN
  • Pages: 224
  • Physical Dimensions: 5-1/4" x 8"
  • ISBN-13: 9780446677233
  • On Sale Date: 05/01/2001
Hepatitis A to G