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GI JOE: Biography Chronicles the Life of Renowned Gastroenterologist
Date:7/14/2009

ns failed to relieve the King's symptoms. They developed a strong relationship, and over the next 20 years, Dr. Kirsner made more than 50 trips to Morocco to provide medical consultation to the King and members of his family.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Kirsner wrote textbooks and hundreds of articles and led the Section of Gastroenterology at the University of Chicago to national prominence. He helped found and lead many of the important societies in American gastroenterology. In Chicago, he co-founded the Gastrointestinal Research Foundation (GIRF) a lay organization dedicated to advancing the cause of digestive disease research. Dr. Kirsner has received the highest awards of all the major societies in his field as well as numerous civic awards.

Dr, Kirsner is one of the outstanding physicians of the twentieth century," states Dr. Franklin. "I was inspired to write GI Joe not only because of his contributions to medicine and medical education, but to convey his understanding and teaching on the importance of the doctor-patient relationship. Care of the patient has always been his focus. I felt that in this year of health care reform, this message and how it was achieved is something the public needs to hear."

GI Joe was published by Mendoza Publishing Group, L.L.C., and distributed by the University of Chicago Press. ISBN-10 0-615-22605-1. Special orders can be placed by calling 773-702-7000 or 800-621-2737.

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