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Health Information for International Travel 2005-2006: CDC Yellow Book, 1e Paperback – May 13 2005


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"This more user-friendly edition may prove helpful both to primary-care doctors who couldn't tell leptospirosis from leishmaniasis and to travelers themselves." U.S.NEWS & WORLD REPORT · JUNE 6, 2005

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Needless Purchase June 25 2008
By Johannus Climactus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
The book is fine for what it does, but, as someone who traveled the globe the last two years, I found that the information I needed was all capable of being gleaned in a single instance. Buying the book seemed pretty frivolous afterward.
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Has technology passed the yellow book? Feb. 12 2008
By Dan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
There is nothing deficient about the quality of the latest edition of the Yellow Book. It is still the single best compendium of up to date health information for travelers. But most, if not all, of the information is available on the Internet, albeit from multiple sites. There is at least one pay site on the web that offers the same information and is updated more often. I still have the Yellow Book in my office, although I more often use the web sources. But I still like to browse the Yellow Book during some spare moments.

Given the modest cost, the Yellow Book should still be in the library of physicians, nurses, and others who deal with international travellers.


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