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Official Journal of the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine
Volume 21 3rd Quarter 2006

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Schizophrenia Delenda Est
A. Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D.
Page 123 (Download Full Text PDF)

In Memoriam:

Don C. Hemingway
Page 151 (Download Full Text PDF)


Niacinamide As a Therapeutic Agent: A Memoir
W. Kaufmann, M.D., Ph.D
Page 140 (Download Full Text PDF)

Clinical Trials and the Drugging of Our Children
J.L. Lemke, M.S., Ed.
Page 152 (Download Full Text PDF)

Heart Failure and Niacin
E.T. Paterson, M.B., Ch.B., D.Obst. R.C.O.G., F.B.I.S.
Page 159 (Download Full Text PDF)

Substance Abuse Trends Based on Drug-of-Choice Reports in a Forensic Population
J.A. Mitchel
Page 161 (Download Full Text PDF)

Treating Children with Hyperactive Syndrome: A Memoir
M.C. Giammatteo, Ph.D., ED.D
Page 169 (Download Full Text PDF)

Case from the Center:

Co-Learner/Patients Comments on Treatment
J.A. Jackson, MT(ASCP)CLS, Ph.D., BCLD; L. Benson, B.S.
Page 157 (Download Full Text PDF)

ISMO News:

International Neuropsychiatry Association Symposium Report
R.H. Belmaker, M.D.
Page 174 (Download Full Text PDF)

Book Reviews:

How to Live Longer and Feel Better by Linus Pauling, Ph.D.
Stop America’s #1 Killer by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD
Fire Your Doctor! by Andrew W. Saul, Ph.D.
Page 175 (Download Full Text PDF)


Conference Impressions
Theresa Feist, O.S.U.
Page 181 (Download Full Text PDF)

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