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JOURNAL OF ORTHOMOLECULAR MEDICINE
Official Journal of the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine
Volume 21 1st Quarter 2006
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Editorials:
Articles:
In Memoriam:
ISOM News:
Book Reviews:
Correspondence:

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Editorial:

Schizophrenia: Its Biochemistry, Psychology and Treatment
A. Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D
Page 3 (Download Full Text PDF)

Articles

Why Orthomolecular Medicine? A Personal Viewpoint
E.T. Paterson, M.B
Page 14 (Download Full Text PDF)

Orthomolecular and Botanical Treatments to Help Alleviate the Side Effects of Atypical Antipsychotic Drugs
J.E. Prousky, N.D., FRSH; R. Hayman, B.SC., N.D
Page 17 (Download Full Text PDF)

Salvestrols–Natural Products with Tumour Selective Activity
G.A. Potter; M.D. Burke
Page 34 (Download Full Text PDF)

Vitamin D and Health: Implications for High-latitude Countries
W.B. Grant, Ph.D.
Page 37 (Download Full Text PDF)

Chronic Renal Disease: Orthomolecular Ramifications
R.P. Huemer, M.D.
Page 48 (Download Full Text PDF)

In Memoriam:

Donald O. Rudin, M.D., 1923 - 2005
Page 55 (Download Full Text PDF)

ISOM News:

Page 57 (Download Full Text PDF)

Book Reviews:

Recovery from the Hell of Schizophrenia by Carlene Hope, Introduction by Abram Hoffer, M.D.
Healing Schizophrenia by Abram Hoffer, M.D.
Death by Modern Medicine by Carolyn Dean, M.D., and Trueman Tuck
Page 58 (Download Full Text PDF)

Correspondence:

Olfactory Sense and Supplements
Page 62 (Download Full Text PDF)


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