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Although by no means an expert on the issues dealt with in this book, as a psychiatrist I am at least peripherally interested in the roots of crime and violence. As a citizen, I share the general concern about the specter of crime threatening our social life. It was therefore with a good deal of...
Guidelines for Medical Doctors Concerning Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment in Relation to Detention and Imprisonment. Adopted by the 29th World Medical Assembly, Tokyo, October 1975
It is the privilege of the medical doctor to practice medicine in...
From as early as 2000 BC, physicians have sworn to uphold the fundamental oaths that affirmed the sanctity of the physician's responsibilities to the patient. History chronicles the significant oaths—the Code of Hammurabi by the Babylonians, the Oath of Hippocrates during the Greek period, and...
This seminal book, first published in 1916, has been republished in a handsome limited edition by the British Medical Association because of its present significance. It is a pioneering effort in applied social psychology. It offers insight into the world of today, threatened by the competing...
A 34-year-old woman was admitted to the hospital with watery diarrhea, pain in the left lower quadrant, and persistent cough. A mild anemia and a leukocytosis with slight shift to the left were the only accompanying abnormal laboratory results. Further history is withheld. A barium...
To the Editor.—
We wish to pose some questions regarding the publication of an article' that marks one of the most unusual events in the long and illustrious history of The Journal: a theological discussion entitled "On the Physical Death of Jesus Christ."1
Why was a theological article...
In the midwestern prairie land that offered economic opportunity to oppressed peoples from Northern Europe a century ago, hope of a better life now inspires more than 30,000 recent refugees—most of them from Southeast Asia and a startling number of them survivors of politically motivated torture...
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