Re: Nanomedicine ordering for medical conference talk

Gina Miller (
Sat, 18 Sep 1999 04:04:37 -0700

Foresight has the publication date, Amazon pre-order link and Outline, chapter summaries, and a sample chapter at the following url: Nanogirl

>Robert, or anyone else who has information, please suggest how best to get
>at at least one copy, and possibly numerous copies of Nanomedicine. I seem
>to recall some suggestion about ordering it from the publisher instead of
>Amazon (or from somewhere else?) so that Robert Freitas gets the maximum
>I especially want to get the book *soon* and perhaps multiple copies, since
>I will be giving a talk on the future of medical practice at the Medicine
>of the New Millennium conference. This will consist entirely of medical
>professionals (includig three Nobel prize-winners) and will count as credit
>by the AMA for continuing medical education. While my focus is on
>philosophical issues, I certainly want to have read Nanomedicine by the
>time of the conference in December, and perhaps give it some promotion. I
>reviewed one of the early chapters and was impressed.
>So, please suggest -- should I place an order at Amazon or B&N, or with the
>publisher (contact info needed), and when is it available.?
>Max More, Ph.D.
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