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message 1: by Melissa (new)

Melissa (mjkirkland) This is an area for members to discuss books of their choice that aren't part of the group's regular book club reading.

Feel free to start a discussion. Just use the title of the Book as your topic.

message 2: by Correen (new)

Correen (corrmorr) | 27 comments I have just finished reading Epigenetics Revolution by Nessa Carey published this year and wonder is others who have read it have comments.
Here are my thoughts:
Nessa Carey writes clearly and with consistently citation for her information sources. The information, however, was challenging mostly because my scientific base is both archaic and faint in my memory. The concepts were manageable but the array of chemicals and genes and the many purposes for which they were used were mind boggling. I could have used a tutor but in it's absence was happy to have the internet. Even with my deficits, I gained a great amount of information and am much more able to comprehend comments made by medical and other professionals. I was also amazed by the number of times I heard information based on epigenetics research -- all in all, a worthwhile read.

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