Part of a series designed to meet the requirements of the revised GCSE syllabuses, this foundation pupil's book looks at medicine through time. Students explore topics by investigating key issues and there is exam practice at the end of each unit.Some of these are very costly - for instance, transplant operations and many of the new drugs produced for illnesses such ... These two factors have led to an enormous increase in government spending on the NHS. ... Vaccination programmes After 1948 the drive to improve the populationa#39;s personal health was stepped up.
|Title||:||Medicine Through Time|
|Author||:||Nigel Kelly, Bob Rees, Paul Shuter|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann - 2002|