The new title, Cornea Cross-Linking—A Patient’s Guide to Treatment, is in the design stage. The book discusses a new FDA-approved treatment for cornea disease. The treatment was approved a number of years ago in Europe, but just recently FDA approval in the United States in 2016. The author is cornea specialist, Larry Hopp, M.D. of Beverly Hills, California.
The fourth printing of the best-selling book on maternal fitness, Exercising through Your Pregnancy, is off the press. Addicus Books first published the book in 2002. Sales have been brisk since then. The book is available as a trade paperback and as an e-book. The author is maternal fitness expert Catherine Cram.
NPH is a disease caused by a buildup of pressure by fluid that surrounds the brain; symptoms are problems with gait, incontinence, and mild dementia. The disease is commonly misdiagnosed as Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s. However, if diagnosed early, the symptoms can be reversed.
The first consumer health book on corneal cross-linking will be released in December. The book discusses a newly FDA approved procedure to treat keratoconus, a condition that affects vision when the cornea becomes misshaped. The author is Larry Hopp, MD, a cornea specialist, in practice in Beverly Hills, California.
Two new divorce books are in the works. Craig Marcus will author Divorce in Idaho. A resident of Boise, he is head of the firm Marcus, Christian, Hardee, & Davi, LLP.
A second author, Ben Stevens, will author Divorce in South Carolina. He is a member of the Stevens Firm, P.A., Family Law Center in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Both books are scheduled for release in Spring 2018.
The third edition of Lung Cancer—From Diagnosis to Treatment rolls off the press this Fall. Among the updates, is information on newer forms of treatment, including targeted therapy and immunotherapy. The author, Walter Scott, M.D., is a thoracic surgeon. He is chief of the Division of Thoracic and Esophageal Surgery at Abington Jefferson Hospital and a member of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, in Philadelphia.
New book on cornea crosslinking is coming this fall. The book, Cornea Cross-Linking—A Patient’s Guide to Treatment, covers a newly-approved FDA procedure to treatment a condition of the cornea that causes it to thin and lose its natural shape. These changes cause vision problems. The author is ophthalmologist Lawrence M. Hopp, MD, of Beverly Hills, California.
This Fall, Addicus Books will release Corneal Cross-linking, a new book which explains a procedure to correct the eye condition keratoconus—a bulging of the cornea. Corneal cross linking was approved by the FDA last year, and this book is the first consumer book on the topic. The author is Lawrence M. Hopp, M.D., a cornea specialist, in Beverly Hills, California.