Christopher C Booth

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One of the book's strengths is to discuss less-cited examples: the Shah of Persia, for instance, whose plans to modernize his country foundered with his leukaemia, concealed from all except the French secret service (was this why France supported the Ayatollah Khomeini?); or Ferdinand Marcos, whose systemic lupus erythematosus and renal failure led to a(More)
THE mucosa of the small intestine is intimately concerned with digestive processes and it rapidly destroys itself after the death of the organism which it serves. In studies of the histopathology of human intestinal mucosa this rapid postmortem autolysis has considerably limited progress, for until recently it was only possible to obtain satisfactory(More)