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Sm. 8vo. ix, 164 pp. Index. Cloth, dust-jacket; jacket lightly worn at edges. Very good. Lown, Lithuanian by birth, took his medical degree from Johns Hopkins, worked on digitalis at Montefiore Hospital, NY, then at Harvard. He is the original developer of the defibrillator and is an internationally known peace activist. International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, an organization he helped to create, was awarded the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize for its work against nuclear proliferation. He now has a Cardiovascular Center in Brookline, MA called Lown Cardiovascular Center.
Title: Current Concepts in Digitalis Therapy.
Publisher: Boston, Toronto:, Little, Brown, (1954).: 1954
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Seller ID: M12674