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Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the People's Republic of China

£90.00

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Published by China Map Press. First edition 1979 (printed on rear end papers). pp99.

Green boards in decorative cloth, rather dirty through shelf wear, blind stamped with map of China. Corners good - no fraying and only very minor knocks and dents. Gilt titles nice and bright. Bindings very good - the book has rarely been opened.
Heavy quality paste downs with lovely patterned effect - like linen. Inscription by Prof. CN Hudson at the Cancer Institute of Chinese Academy of Medical Science, Beijing. November 1984.

Block edges already tanned and beginning to fox. Pages themselves are nice, with just a hint of tanning at peripheries.

A comprehensive survey of the many types of cancers found in the Chinese population, shown graphically on colourful 1:12,000,000 scale maps (China is the size of a dinner plate), with each of the 200 or so prefectures clearly marked. Separate treatments of regional topography, climate, soil types and population centres - from K2 and Everest in the west to the Pacific coast in the east. Only the maps are paginated; there are supporting pages showing data, graphs, charts etc. that take the page count well past 200.

An interesting book for scientific perusal.

This is a very large and weighty volume of approx 2.5Kg.

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Author(s):
The Editorial Committee for the Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the People's Republic of China
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
200
Publisher:
China Map Press
Title:
Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the People's Republic of China

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Published by China Map Press. First edition 1979 (printed on rear end papers). pp99.

Green boards in decorative cloth, rather dirty through shelf wear, blind stamped with map of China. Corners good - no fraying and only very minor knocks and dents. Gilt titles nice and bright. Bindings very good - the book has rarely been opened.
Heavy quality paste downs with lovely patterned effect - like linen. Inscription by Prof. CN Hudson at the Cancer Institute of Chinese Academy of Medical Science, Beijing. November 1984.

Block edges already tanned and beginning to fox. Pages themselves are nice, with just a hint of tanning at peripheries.

A comprehensive survey of the many types of cancers found in the Chinese population, shown graphically on colourful 1:12,000,000 scale maps (China is the size of a dinner plate), with each of the 200 or so prefectures clearly marked. Separate treatments of regional topography, climate, soil types and population centres - from K2 and Everest in the west to the Pacific coast in the east. Only the maps are paginated; there are supporting pages showing data, graphs, charts etc. that take the page count well past 200.

An interesting book for scientific perusal.

This is a very large and weighty volume of approx 2.5Kg.

Author(s):
The Editorial Committee for the Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the People's Republic of China
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
200
Publisher:
China Map Press
Title:
Atlas of Cancer Mortality in the People's Republic of China

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