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Explore the Mystery of Blood

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Explore the Mystery of Blood

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Number of pages: 31

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This book is a resource-filled, national standards-based teaching guide that will capture your students' attention. Students will see real hematologists in action working with patients, performing experiments in laboratories, and making discoveries that will lead to better treatments for blood diseases.

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