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The Challenging Response of Physis to Inflammation

@inproceedings{Mayer2013TheCR,
  title={The Challenging Response of Physis to Inflammation},
  author={Linda Mayer},
  year={2013}
}
  • L. Mayer
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine, Materials Science
The challenging response of Physis to inflammation is a 7-part series, which covers all aspects of inflammation, from how and why it occurs to healthcare advice on healthy lifestyle choices. Part 1: Overview and historical significance of inflammation Part 2: Nature and role of inflammation – benefits and drawbacks Part 3: Stress, lifestyle factors and inflammation Part 4: Tibb and conventional approaches to inflammation Part 5: Inflammatory diseases, processes and outcomes. Part 6: Healthcare… 

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