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Vernon Coleman (born 18 May 1946) is a former general practitioner, and the author of over 100 books in 25 languages, including non-fiction works about human health, politics, cricket, and animal issues, and a range of novels.'Conscientious Objectors', "Financial Times" August 8th, 2003 His books have appeared on several bestseller lists, including the Sunday Times. Coleman is a militant vegetarianVernon Coleman: 12Twenty One Reasons For Being A Vegetarian.13,, 2007. and antivivisectionist.Vernon Coleman: 16Why Animal Experiments Must Stop.17, Vemon Coleman, Devon,1991, Coleman: 18Animals.19,, Retrieved 4 July 2016.

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