During an interview published in the October 27 American Medical News
Whatever answer you pick, you will find "scientific" evidence supporting your guesstimate in an article in American Medical News
The Special Reports section hosts a collection of stories from American Medical News
and from the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
Ron Fitzsimmons, whose organization represents more than 200 independently owned abortion clinics, said in an interview in the March 3 issue of American Medical News
that abortion supporters used "spins" and "half-truths" in the debate that ultimately led Congress to fail to override President Clinton's veto of the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act.
The American Medical News
(June 20, 1994) - a weekly publication of the American Medical Association - has reported an analysis of the beginnings of human life by Dr.
News & World Report; Shari Roan, Los Angeles Times and a 1984 Bruner Award recipient; Ronnie Scheier, American Medical News
and a 1981 Bruner Award recipient; Diana Sugg, Sacramento Bee and a 1993 Bruner Award winner; and Howard Wolinsky, Chicago Sun-Times, a 1975 Bruner Award winner.
This is in contrast to 30,000 of AIDS in the same year, according to CDC figures published in American Medical News
David Hampshire, managing director CSC, in an American Medical News
article about hospitals helping physicians adopt information technology.
Physician activism is no longer a choice," former AMA board chair, Duane Cady, MD, implored in an April editorial in American Medical News
That is not terribly surprising, since Hern once told American Medical News
that he did not employ the method because of safety concerns: "I have very serious reservations about this procedure.