Association pour la lutte contre les maladies inflammatoires du foie et des voies biliaires - L’association albi est une association de patients atteints de « maladies inflammatoires du foie et des voies biliaires » : CBP (cirrhose biliaire primitive), CSP (cholangite sclérosante primitive), HAI (hépatite auto-immune). Ce site donne des informations aux patients et aux médecins sur les symptômes, les traitements, la recherche. Les termes anglais sont primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC), primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), auto-immune hepatitis (AIH).

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  • zoesmom - Very nice cd

    I really like this cd, it has a great variety of music, I wish I had more of this type of cd to listen to.

  • D. Drill - Not up to Pratt standards. Read Joe Dillard series instead

    I loved and have read the entire Joe Dillard series. I read and loved River on Fire. This book? Not so much.

  • Mthr of Pearl - So far so good

    I purchased a 2012 Samsung Smart TV at a good price with the potential option of getting the Evolution kit to upgrade it to a 2013 model -- which I did. The final review of this item is not in yet as I'm still playing with the unit. Installing wasn't much of a problem except that I did have to call Samsung for a bit of help which wasn't really helpful at all. I removed the unit and reinstalled it -- my original problem was that it wasn't plugged in all the way. Having fixed this problem the install went smoothly according to the instructions. I do have one complaint about the installation instructions -- it should be larger print -- the font is small and difficult to read. As I said earlier -- I'm still playing with it. The biggest difference between the 2012 and 2013 model is that the opening screen goes directly to the multiple choice screen instead of directly to the TV mode -- I like that. Navigating between aps, TV and TV channels, and movie selections is easier that on the 2012 model -- it's all there. I haven't had any problems using the update so far.

  • Amazon Customer - Inclusive language? Not so you would notice

    This is a wonderful edition of these timeless tales. The illustrations are rich and vivid, full of action and life. Even the stories without a full page illustration are decorated with a small, evocative miniature. One reviewer finds the presence of "exclusive" language as a distraction. Please don't be misled -- these are not "politically correct" retellings of Aesop. Indeed, they are more true to the original than most versions of the fables available for children. Check it out for yourself and share it with a child.

  • Danielle Adena - Love this book

    Love this book! Great to dive into your marriage & reflect on how it relates to your beliefs and faith.

  • Chad Eng - Love this Spartacus reel!

    This is a great low-profile reel, and for such a great price. I was worried it was too good to be true, but it isn't. Within five minutes, I had this thing dialed in a ready to roll (some instructions would have been helpful, but there are enough YouTube videos to help get the job done quickly). Really lightweight and feels fast but powerful. I love it!