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By Peter Gahan (editor)

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9780271037554 | Pennsylvania State Univ Pr, September 1, 2010, cover price $61.95

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Product Description: An accurate, inexpensive, and noninvasive method for the early diagnosis of cancer has been something of a holy grail among cancer researchers, but until recently a method meeting all three criteria has been elusive. Nucleic acids were first discovered in circulation in 1948, but it was not until the 1960s and 70s that patients with autoimmune disease and cancer were discovered to have higher levels of circulating DNA than were detected in in healthy persons...read more
By Asif Butt (editor), Peter Gahan (editor) and R. Swaminathan (editor)

Paperback:

9781573316279 | 1 edition (Blackwell Pub, October 16, 2006), cover price $154.95 | About this edition: An accurate, inexpensive, and noninvasive method for the early diagnosis of cancer has been something of a holy grail among cancer researchers, but until recently a method meeting all three criteria has been elusive.

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By Peter Gahan (introduced by) and Dan H. Laurence

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9780143039785 | Penguin Classics, June 27, 2006, cover price $12.00

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Product Description:   Peter Gahan argues that George Bernard Shaw anticipated much of what came to be known as poststructuralism. Gahan's path-breaking book rereads Shaw's writing, dramatic and non-dramatic, against the background of recent critical theory in order to reassess its radical influence in both its own time and ours...read more

Hardcover:

9780813027692 | Univ Pr of Florida, November 26, 2004, cover price $59.95 | About this edition:   Peter Gahan argues that George Bernard Shaw anticipated much of what came to be known as poststructuralism.

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