I´m doing a school project about pain, analgesics and congenital insensivity to pain and I wanted to ask, if someone can help me to find some information or sources about the CIPA. but I´m only 16 and my project have not to be very scientifical or at least not too genetical...thank you
:) thank. but my teacher told me to find info on my own. and I´m from Slovakia and doing the project in english- so the slovak book is not very helpful for me and the english book is quite difficult to find here.
The Internet is not a legitimate source of research information. The Internet is only apart of what is called "Cyberspace". There are legitimate databases in cyberspace such as MEDLINE. Other data bases require a fee. Various librarys have web sites whereyou can connect with legitimate databases. The New York Public Library is one such place. www.nypl.org
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