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Re: If you had to suggest three textbooks on meds paxvox

Posted by svevo1922 on December 15, 2001, at 1:41:33

In reply to Re: If you had to suggest three textbooks on meds for svevo1922, posted by paxvox on December 7, 2001, at 20:33:16

Thanks for the tip, but I'm quite astute at surfing, and I use google, ilor, copernic pro, dogpile, etc. I was really looking for some more focused advice from people who are already well read in this area. CAM's comment that one must read journals to stay up to date was helpful. I have two additional questions:

1. Will reading a good recent textbook help to provide the orientation necessary to u'stand the journal articles better?

2. Are these journals available at any general, university, or medical libraries open to the public in the northeast?

Thanks again to all for responses.

> I'm sure CAM had some good suggestions (but I didn't read the other posts) however, you can find just about ANY information you want about those things just by using search engines such as GOOGLE. I have found enormous amounts of data, much "intended" or generated by the medical community, that I have found very usefull. Give it a whirl, just type in the key words and start surfing!




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