Letters to the Editor

Hersee, Mike; Hood, Robin P.; Emeka, Mauris L.; Abdin, Maria; Martin, Wayne; Houston, Reagan; Humphreys, Dale
August 2006
Townsend Letter;Aug/Sep2006, Issue 277/278, p108
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including one by Kerry Bone on Helicobacter infections in the February 2006, a response by Wayne Martin about a study on vegetarianism in the April 2006 issue, and another on the death of Francis Crick, a Nobel Laureate, in the July 30, 2004 issue.


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