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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, 2nd edn
  1. K Talbot

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    Edited by Robert H Brown, Michael Swash, Piera Pasinelli. Published by Informa Healthcare, 2006, £85.00 (hardcover), pp 362. ISBN 1-84184-463-2

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, through its first edition, has become the standard text for clinicians and researchers in the field of ALS/MND, and with this new edition, which retains many of the strengths of the first, it is likely to remain so. The fact that treatment receives an allocation of 29 pages whereas genetics (clearly implicated in only 10% of cases of this relatively rare disease) gets 100 pages …

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