By Juergen H. Bludau M.D.
This much-needed booklet presents sincere, transparent, and important scientific info for older adults and their caregivers, written in an simply comprehensible language.
• Contributions from 20 amazing physicians from Harvard scientific institution and charges and different fabric from greater than a hundred unique papers to make sure medical accuracy and updated context
• Case examples that aid clarify fabric and convey the recommendation to life
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