In the days of tall ships, one dreaded foe was responsible for more deaths at sea than piracy, shipwreck and all other illnesses combined: Scurvy. Countless mariners suffered an agonizing death, which began with bleeding gums, wobbly teeth, and the opening of old wounds. Surgeon James Lind, Captain James Cook and physician Sir Gilbert Blane...
Pancreatic Cancer: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Medicine)
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma is the fourth leading cause of cancer
death in the United States. Annually approximately 30,000 Americans are
diagnosed with the disease and most will die from it within five years. Pancreatic
ductal adenocarcinoma is unique because of its late onset in age, high
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