The Secret of Life by Joseph S. Levine
Redesigning the Living World

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The companion volume to an eight-part public television series explains the importance of DNA, its role in evolution, human biology, cancer and AIDS, and explores the problems and possibilities of genetic manipulation. TV tie-in. 30,000 first printing.
 

About Joseph S. Levine

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Levine is a biologist and science journalist. DAVID SUZUKI, a professor of genetics at the University of BDAVID SUZUKI, a professor of genetics at the University of British Columbia, is the host of the award-winning televisionritish Columbia, is the host of the award-winning television series, "The Nature of Things." He is also the author of se series, "The Nature of Things." He is also the author of several other books. BARBARA HEHNER is a writer and editor whoveral other books. BARBARA HEHNER is a writer and editor who has worked with David Suzuki on all the Looking At books. S has worked with David Suzuki on all the Looking At books. She has edited over 50 other children's books. he has edited over 50 other children's books.
 
Published January 1, 1993 by Stoddart. 280 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Biologist Levine and geneticist Suzuki (the series' host) scan the frustrating search for vaccines to combat AIDS and take readers inside the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta where researchers are devising strategies to ``teach'' the immune system to ward off viruses.

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