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Alfred J. Plechner and Martin Zucker have collaborated to write Pets at Risk with its breakthrough information. Dr. Plechner combines his thirty-five years of veterinary clinical knowledge with Zucker's twenty-five years as a writer specializing in health and medicine. They first worked together in 1986 when they co-authored Pet Allergies: Remedies for an Epidemic, which the Seattle Times described as "a superb, provocative wake-up call to American pet owners."Dr. Plechner is a graduate of the University of California-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. He practices at the California Animal Hospital, which has been ranked among the top 1 percent of animal clinics in the United States. His research and clinical experiences have been published in veterinary and medical journals, including Medical Hypotheses, Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients, and Progressive Health News.In the mid-1980s, Dr. Plechner co-developed the first successful commercial lamb and rice diet, a new hypoallergenic pet food diet that was widely copied. He later developed a new generation of hypoallergenic foods that are currently sold by veterinarians nationwide.Martin Zucker was a former foreign correspondent with Associated Press, who has since written, co-written, or ghostwritten more than ten books. His specialty is health and medicine. His five previous books on pet health include The Veterinarians' Guide to Natural Remedies for Dogs and The Veterinarians' Guide to Natural Remedies for Cats (Three Rivers Press/Crown, 2000). His most recent books are Preventing Arthritis (G. P. Putnam & Sons, 2001) and Natural Hormone Balance for Women (Pocket Books, 2002)


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Additional Information NOT OFFERED BY TPH: Endocrine-Immune Mechanisms in Animals and Human Health Implications
By Alfred J. Plechner, DVM

"Humans suffer from hormonal imbalances, so it makes sense that our pets would also suffer from them... Veterinarian Alfred Plechner has a different spin on the problem than I have with humans, but I believe he's on the right track and is a much-needed pioneering clinician in veterinary medicine" --John R. Lee, M.D. , "The John R. Lee Medical Letter"
Co-author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause:
The Breakthrough Book on Natural Progesterone


$35.00, 60pages of Technical Papers: Toll Free Order Line for Endocrine-Immune Mechanisms in Animals and Human Health Implications is 877-695-2211

 

 

 

 

 

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