Special Issue: Neuropharmacology and Behavior
(Volume 7, No. 1, Spring 2002)

Feature Articles

Neuropharmacology as a Long-Range Strategic War Policy
by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

An Examination of the Clinical Research on the Medical Treatment of ADHD
by George R. Barnes, PhD, Patricia B. Cerrito, PhD, Inessa Levi, PhD


Bombing Phenylpropanolamine by Hilton P. Terrell, MD, PhD
Off-Label Prescribing of Drugs Calls FDA Role into Question by Scott Esposito
CDC's Model State Emergency Health Powers Act Goes Too Far by Twila Brase, RN

Correspondence: AMA Rejects Non-Member Support, Prof. R.J. Rummel on Public Health and Gun Control/Democide, Dr. Russell L. Blaylock on Cuba in Revolution---Escape From a Lost Paradise

News Capsules: Civil Defense? Cuba's Lourdes Spy Base, Bioterrorism, Tax Credits, Spiraling Malpractice Rates, AMA's Secret Conferences on Guns, Bias, Irradiation, U.S. Students, Cancer Treatment in UK, Fraud and Waste in NHS, Colleges Don't Require History

President's Page
Do You Believe in Fairy Tales? y Robert R. Urban, MD

Editor's Corner
The Patients' Bill of Rights in 2002 by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD

The Constitution - Plain and Simple
In Perspective (Conclusion) by Curtis W. Caine, MD

Report From the States
Tort Reform in Texas --- Opinion in Brief by The Federalist
Pennsylvania AAPS Chapter and MSAs by James L. Pendleton, MD

Book Reviews
Healthcare Online for Dummies
by Howard Wolinsky and Judi Wolinsky. Reviewed by Delbert H. Meyer, MD
Medicare's Midlife Crisis by Sue A. Blevins, RN. Reviewed by Edward Annis, MD



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