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Tuberculosis 2007

Posted by iskanbasal on July 3, 2007

Dr. B.S.Kamps video presentation:

this is the text of the presentation:

My name is Bernd Sebastian Kamps and I want to announce that a new star is born. On May the 29th, Juan Carlos Palomino, Sylvia Leão, Viviana Ritacco and 37 other clinicians and researchers published Tuberculosis 2007. The 700-page book is the winner of the 12.500 Euro Amedeo Tuberculosis Award. If you want to read the book, download it from It’s free.

You will find an outstanding source: From the latest research findings to advances in diagnosis and treatment, Tuberculosis 2007 offers comprehensive coverage of all aspects of modern tuberculosis. The authors promise to update their book regularly. If they do so, they will become THE new reference in tuberculosis within a couple of years.

The new book is the first in a series of free medical textbooks created for the Amedeo Textbook Awards. The second free textbook – which is about antibiotic treatment – is expected to be published in September and additional awards will be announced soon.

Tuberculosis 2007 is also a formidable demonstration of our power! In recent years, we (physicians and scientists) have gained full control over the publishing process. Not only do we no longer need publishing houses but, we also produce books faster and cheaper. In today’s world, the magic formula is “free PDF” and the results are overwhelming. In 10 days, the free PDF of Tuberculosis 2007 was downloaded 10,000 times – a remarkable visibility in times where visibility is all about planetary visibility. You can imagine, of course, the impact global visibility may have on your life and your career.

As a physician or scientist, try not to miss the train of free medical information! Let people around the world benefit from your knowledge and experience. Remember: The spirit of science is to share information.

Be part of it.


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