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I have First Aid 2008 edition. Do any of you has the new 2010 version does it have significant updates over 2008? I already started reading 2008 should I abandon get myself the new 2010 version?
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I had a chance to have a look at the new 2010 version and I compared it to my 2008 edition.
I will say there is 5-10% new updated info. They put more colored plates, more grey plates in other chapters, more graphs and tables, some new subjects in molecular and patho, some new mnemonics.

So if you did not read much of your old version I advise you to get the new one.
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I have First Aid 2008 edition. Do any of you has the new 2010 version does it have significant updates over 2008? I already started reading 2008 should I abandon get myself the new 2010 version?
I have the new 2010, and you could look at www.mediebooks.com
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