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by James G Hughes

Author: James G Hughes
Language: English
Publisher: Mosby; 5th edition (1980)
Pages: 915 pages
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Synopsis of Pediatrics. by James Gilliam Hughes.

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James G. Hughes, American pediatrics educator. Diplomate American Board Pediatrics (board directors 1952-1958, examiner 1949-1980). Decorated Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster; recipient Outstanding Medical Alumnus award University Tennessee, 1977, Distinguished Alumnus award Rhodes College, 1987, James G. Hughes award Memphis-Shelby County Child Sexual Abuse Council, 1988.

1. Synopsis of Pediatrics. John F. Griffith James Gilliam Hughes. Published by Elsevier

1. Published by Elsevier. ISBN 10: 0801628563 ISBN 13: 9780801628566.

Pediatrics, Jan 1968, 41 (1) 168-169. A SYNOPSIS OF CHILDREN'S DISEASES, by John Rendle-Short, . Thomas E. Cone, Jr. Pediatrics, Jan 1968, 41 (1) 159.

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Part of the Critical Issues in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics book series (CIDB). 1988) Child Abuse and Neglect. The unfortunate human tendency toward violence, starting when Cain killed Abel, constitutes a somber page in the archives of history. Critical Issues in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.

James J. Hughes (born May 27, 1961) is an American sociologist and bioethicist

James J. Hughes (born May 27, 1961) is an American sociologist and bioethicist. He is the Executive Director of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies and teaches health policy at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut in the United States. He is the author of Citizen Cyborg: Why Democratic Societies Must Respond to the Redesigned Human of the Future and is currently writing a book about moral bioenhancement tentatively titled Cyborg Buddha: Using Neurotechnology to Become Better People.