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Natural Obsessions Striving to Unlock the Deepest Secrets of the Cancer Cell

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By: Natalie Angier(Author)
Publisher: Virago Press
Natural Obsessions
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  • Natural Obsessions ISBN: 9781860497919 Paperback Dec 2000 Out of Print #107743
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Explores the advanced reaches of molecular biology, the nature of the human cell, and the genes that control cancer. It portrays some of the best young scientists in the world, the rewards and discouragements of scientific research, and the process of scientific inquiry.

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Natalie Angier's contributions to the New York Times on Science won her a Pulitzer Prize. She has won numerous awards and her most recent book Woman was highly acclaimed and shortlisted for the 1999 National Book Award in America.

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By: Natalie Angier(Author)
Publisher: Virago Press
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