Available are a few copies of the original biography in English, IN QUEST OF PANACEA by S P K GUPTA, abridged versions in Telugu and Kannada and an album in words and pictures
IN QUEST OF PANACEA By S P K Gupta
In collaboration with Dr E L Milford
Copies from Preeti Kiran
121 Murray Drive
Old Bridge, NJ,
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Abridgement in Telugu:
Translator: R V Rao
Director Andhra University Press
Visakhapatam, AP, India 530 003
Abridgement in Kannada:
Tr: H D Chandrappa Gowda
KANNADA BOOK AUTHORITY
Copies from Kannada Book Authority
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Bangalore, India, 560 018
Adaptation in Words and Pictures:
A Life in Quest of Panacea
Script: Raji Narasimhan
Copies from Vigyan Prasar
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Noida Institutional Area Phase II
NOIDA 201 307 India
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Wizard of Wonder Drugs
Script by S P K Gupta
Design by H Prasanna Colluru
Price: Rs. 100
National Institute of Nutrition
Jamai-Osmania, Hyderabad, AP,
India 500 007
Sarv Rog Nivarinee kee khoj Mein
Daktar Subbaaraav kee Amar Kahnee
By Vinod Kumar Mishra
Copies From Evelyn Publisher
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"Merits the attention of historians of American science"
"Re‑enacts the drama, the excitement, the intrigues and pressures from rival research groups that finally led to great discoveries"
"Between a scholarly review and a journalistic piece aimed at general reader"
"Certainly a welcome addition to biographies of scientists"
"A labour of love ... a stirring account"
"Scientific accomplishments described in language suited to lay readers and yet technically precise and flawless"
"An uncommon portrait of an amazing scientist"
"An arduous task accomplished with admirable"
"Accessible even to the lay reader"
"India's tribute to a great son"
"Describes the quest for life saving drugs"
"A great service to Indian science"
"At places Gupta's narration reads like a novel"
"Depicts SubbaRow's researches, unprecedented friendships and dedicated life"
"Captures the ambience in the Andhra village he was born, pre‑Independence Madras where he went to college and pre World War II America where he did all his great work"
"A commendable job"