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I have a huge library of ebooks I purchased.   I offering my a package of 5 (25$ each) -10 ebooks ($20 each).  Trust me, you won't find a cheaper deal.  Also, if you don't mind telling me if you are a medical student, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant student.   

Books:  None of the books on Ebay or Amazon are cheaper than $40.

Bates Guide to PE and History
Clinical Radiology Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series)
Clinician's Pocket Reference
Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2013
Differential Diagnosis Mnemonics
First Aid Cases for the USMLE Step 2 CK 2ed 2010
First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2014

First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK 7th Edition
Goljan - Rapid Review Pathology
Robbins Basic Pathology (9th Edition)
Pocket Medicine 4th Edition

Kaplan Notes for Step 2 CK: IM/ObGyn/Peds/Psch/QBook/Surgery
Made Ridiculously Easy Books (all)
Step-Up to USMLE Step 1 - Fourth Edition
Step-up to Step 2 CK 3rd Edition

Video Lectures:
-  All Dr. Najeeb lectures: $100 (regularly offered at $99/yr membership).  www.drnajeeblectures.com

-  All FutureTeachingPhysicians lectures:  $75 (regularly offered at $34/yr membership)   http://www.ftplectures.com
-  Doctors in Training USMLE Step 2 Course:  $75   http://www.doctorsintraining.com/
-  USMLE Express Full Step 1 - $125 (regularly offered at minimum of $1000/yrs membership)   http://www.kaptest.com/Medical-Licensing/Step1/s1-comprehensive.html?tb=live-prep
-  Kaplan Medical Step 3 - with Dr. Conrad Fischer  - $100
-  Kaplan USMLE Step 2 - Complete video lectures   -  $125 (regularly offered at minimum of $1000/yrs membership)    http://www.kaptest.com/Medical-Licensing/Step2ck/s2ck-comprehensive.html

Board Exam Practice:
-  Depending on what type of student are you: If you would like to pass the PANCE first time around, you buy this.  If not, then you wait.  I can get you this too.

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