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Ethnic groups of America: their morbidity, mortality, and behavior disorders. Vol 1: The Jews

by Ailon Shiloh & Ida Cohen Selavan

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Springfield IL, Charles C Thomas Pub, 1973. Softcover ['trade/ quality paperback']. Edition not stated. 22.8 cm (8.9 inch) tall. 425 pages. Condition of book: Book Very Good (pattern foxing/browning on cover; owner stamp on bottom edge; no marks; no spine crease; clean & tight)/. Short note by author ('Ailon') on title page. A collection of short research & review articles aimed at educated laypeople. Genetics, alcoholism, blood groups, cancer, etc. Judaica, Judaism, REligion, Genetics, Medicine. Our books ship from Tampa Florida by the next business day.
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  • Title: Ethnic groups of America: their morbidity, mortality, and behavior disorders. Vol 1: The Jews
  • Author: Ailon Shiloh & Ida Cohen Selavan
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Springfield IL, Charles C Thomas Pub
  • Date published: 1973

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