Changing the look at 'no air...
... but inside
you'll find it's the same book offering "the human touch that the textbook information does
not," – an opinion expressed in a recent guestbook entry.
the new logo...
better example of no AIR than
honeycombed lungs of end stage pulmonary fibrosis? Blue
ones. Blue for cyanotic tinge; blue for sad. Blue lungs
with honeycomb appearance
and stiff wood-like texture, leaving no space to breathe –
a picture the fund-seeking PF orgs should present for disease
awareness purposes. Either that or a monstrous winged and
scaly serpent, because PuF's a deadly dragon!
(one for the button grabbers)
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