Tag Archives: McGill—Queen’s University Press Canada

Tokar, Brian ed. Redesigning Life? The Worldwide Challenge to Genetic Engineering. McGill-Queen´s University Press. Montreal & Kingston, CANADA. 2001.

A great collection of essays from a global range of authors about all different aspects of biotechnology, from food to body parts, from cancer to cloning. Very hopeful that this is one struggle the people for life may win.

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Dressel, Holly. WHO KILLED THE QUEEN? The Story of a Community Hospital and How to Fix Public Health Care. 2008. McGill—Queen’s University Press. Montreal & Kingston. Canada

“These facts lead to only one conclusion: public health, with its integral conception of ultimate social equality is the key to health in general.” This book might also have been subtitled: Who really runs Canada? Dressel, a respected historian, was … Continue reading

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