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New Books in Medicine
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4.7 stars from 13 ratings
Wonderful product
I got to listening to NBN podcasts a while back, and am hooked on to them. The books chosen are usually great ones; every 5th or so book seems not very interesting. The interviewers do a fantastic job. The only complaint I have is that the audio quality is something a little iffy - clearly, this...Read full review »
rdama via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/23/16
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