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TxNxM1: The Anatomy and Clinics of Metastatic Cancer

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TxNxM1: The Anatomy and Clinics of Metastatic Cancer By J.M. Debois
2002 | 772 Pages | ISBN: 0792367936 | PDF | 16 MB

TxNxM1: The Anatomy and Clinics of Metastatic Cancer
Although distant metastases are the most dreaded situation in the evolution of cancer of every organ, the medical literature has surprisingly given little attention to the anatomical relationship between the primary tumor and metastasic sites. Only risk factors, treatment possibilities, and survival results are extensively examined.
Stimulated by the occurrence in his practice of some puzzling and unexpected metastases, the author reviewed more than 12,000 references. He looked for anatomical relationships highlighting the relation between the location of the primary tumors and the particular patterns of metastasis observed. It would seem that the `pathways and flows' are apparently a more decisive factor in the implantation of the metastases than the `seed and soil' properties of the cancer cells and the metastatic site.
Aided by his colleague Dr. T. Geukens, M.D., the author includes original anatomical drawings, illustrating the sometimes unexpected pathways the cancer cells follow in order to reach the organs where they will become lodged and give rise to metastatic tumors. The subject has apparently not been exhausted in the literature and several ideas are given for further research.
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A Fireside Chat with Lester Levenson

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A Fireside Chat with Lester Levenson
MP3 @ 128 Kbps (2 ch) | ASIN: B00FS12WXO | Duration: 3 hrs and 14 mins | 187 MB
Publisher: Release Technique | Language: English
Most of you, I'm sure, would have loved to sit down with Lester and ask him all kinds of questions about the method, life, freedom and ho to get it for yourself. Lester is working with a group of graduates in California in 1974 and was answering questions. You'll hear Lester at his best, answering the puzzling questions we all have.

A Fireside Chat with Lester Levenson
Audio 1 – Looking for Happiness
Lester talks about how to help yourself go free; understanding the mind; the body is just a creation of the mind. "Being is the Now" Lester describes the ultimate security that is within all of us and should be discovered.

Audio 2 – Attachments and Aversions
Lester talks about attachments and aversions; also illness and health, "Ridding yourself of Limitations" Lester talks about looking and finding happiness,

Audio 3 – Communication and Love
Lester answers questions about some of the biggest puzzles of mankind. "Beingness Never Changes" Lester answers questions from graduates about what it feels like just being you beingness.

Audio 4 – About Releasing
Lester answers questions about the method from a group of new comers. "Demonstrates Imperturbability" When new comers try to control Lester – you'll see how he handles it. If you weren't sure about Lester, you'll be amazed at how he handles people trying to control him.

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The Ides: Caesar’s Murder and the War for Rome

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Stephen Dando-Collins, "The Ides: Caesar's Murder and the War for Rome"
2010 | ISBN-10: 0470425237 | 288 pages | PDF | 3 MB

The Ides: Caesar’s Murder and the War for Rome
Unraveling the many mysteries surrounding the murder of Julius Caesar The assassination of Julius Caesar is one of the most notorious murders in history. Two thousand years after it occurred, many compelling questions remain about his death: Was Brutus the hero and Caesar the villain? Did Caesar bring death on himself by planning to make himself king of Rome? Was Mark Antony aware of the Description, and let it go forward? Who wrote Antony’s script after Caesar’s death? Using historical evidence to sort out these and other puzzling issues, historian and award-winning author Stephen Dando-Collins takes you to the world of ancient Rome and recaptures the drama of Caesar’s demise and the chaotic aftermath as the vicious struggle for power between Antony and Octavian unfolded. For the first time, he shows how the religious festivals and customs of the day impacted on the way the assassination Description unfolded. He shows, too, how the murder was almost avoided at the last moment. A compelling history that is packed with intrigue and written with the pacing of a first-rate mystery, The Ides will challenge what you think you know about Julius Caesar and the Roman Empire.
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Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition [Repost]

Daniel Okrent – Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition
Published: 2010-05-11 | ISBN: 0743277023, 074327704X | EPUB + MOBI | 480 pages | 3 MB

A brilliant, authoritative, and fascinating history of America’s most puzzling era, the years 1920 to 1933, when the U.S. Constitution was amended to restrict one of America’s favorite pastimes: drinking alcoholic beverages.
From its start, America has been awash in drink. The sailing vessel that brought John Winthrop to the shores of the New World in 1630 carried more beer than water. By the 1820s, liquor flowed so plentifully it was cheaper than tea. That Americans would ever agree to relinquish their booze was as improbable as it was astonishing.
Yet we did, and Last Call is Daniel Okrent’s dazzling explanation of why we did it, what life under Prohibition was like, and how such an unprecedented degree of government interference in the private lives of Americans changed the country forever.
Writing with both wit and historical acuity, Okrent reveals how Prohibition marked a confluence of diverse forces: the growing political power of the women’s suffrage movement, which allied itself with the antiliquor campaign; the fear of small-town, native-stock Protestants that they were losing control of their country to the immigrants of the large cities; the anti-German sentiment stoked by World War I; and a variety of other unlikely factors, ranging from the rise of the automobile to the advent of the income tax.
Through it all, Americans kept drinking, going to remarkably creative lengths to smuggle, sell, conceal, and convivially (and sometimes fatally) imbibe their favorite intoxicants. Last Call is peopled with vivid characters of an astonishing variety: Susan B. Anthony and Billy Sunday, William Jennings Bryan and bootlegger Sam Bronfman, Pierre S. du Pont and H. L. Mencken, Meyer Lansky and the incredible—if long-forgotten—federal official Mabel Walker Willebrandt, who throughout the twenties was the most powerful woman in the country. (Perhaps most surprising of all is Okrent’s account of Joseph P. Kennedy’s legendary, and long-misunderstood, role in the liquor business.)
It’s a book rich with stories from nearly all parts of the country. Okrent’s narrative runs through smoky Manhattan speakeasies, where relations between the sexes were changed forever; California vineyards busily producing “sacramental” wine; New England fishing communities that gave up fishing for the more lucrative rum-running business; and in Washington, the halls of Congress itself, where politicians who had voted for Prohibition drank openly and without apology.
Last Call is capacious, meticulous, and thrillingly told. It stands as the most complete history of Prohibition ever written and confirms Daniel Okrent’s rank as a major American writer.

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