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Selling a collection of books used for PA/medical school for $400. Must be able to pick up from Sunset Park, Brooklyn and must be bought as a complete bundle. Books have been used but all books are in good/excellent condition; some have highlight marks. 

- Goldman's Cecil Medicine 24th ed. 
- Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2016 Lange
- Current Surgery 14th ed. Lange
- Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking 11th ed. Bates
- Basic and Clinical Pharmacology 13th ed. Lange
- Basic Pathology 9th ed. Kumar Abbas Aster 
- Atlas of Anatomy 2nd ed. 
- Obstetrics and Gynecology 7th ed. Charles R.B. Beckmann
- Applying Moral Theories 5th ed. Harris 
- Understanding Health Policy 7th ed. Bodenheimer Grumbach
- Essential Clinical Procedures 3rd ed. Elsevier
- Clinically Oriented Anatomy 7th ed. Moore
- Physiology 5th ed. Costanzo 
- Deja Review Emergency Medicine Jang 
- Boards and Wards 5th ed. Ayala Spellberg
- Clinical Pocket Reference 11th ed. Gomella Haist 
- Freakonomics Levitt & Dubner 
- Superfreakonomics Levitt & Dubner 

I will also be throwing in my Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards 2nd Edition as well as my Venipuncture Course and Training Kit (hardly used)

Craigslist Listing: https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/bks/d/brooklyn-selling-medical-textbooks-for/6811458463.html

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Daughter just graduated from Hofstra PA school 2020 December. I have some of her PA text book for sale. They are as follow:

First Aid, CPR and AED advance 7th edition (AAOS ESCI) paperback $42

American Heart Association life is why - Basic Life Support provider manual $8

Rapid Interpretation of EKG’s 6th Ed. by Dale Dublin, MD $30

Pance Prep Pearls 2nd edition by Dwayne A. Williams  $54

Bates’ guide to Physical Examination and history taking 12 edition by Lynn S. Buckley (hard copy) $65

Books are slightly used in good condition and can be picked up at Holy Family Church in Fresh Meadows, Queens.

Whole bundle reduces to $190.

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