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Medical Politics Versus
Alternatives And Innovations:

Dirty Medicine, 
   by Walker MJ, 
Lysenko And The Tragedy Of Soviet Science, 
   by Soyfer VN, 
Confessions Of A Medical Heretic, 
   by Mendelsohn RS, 
   Contemporary Books 
Why I Left Orthodox Medicine, 
   by Lonsdale D, 
The Cancer Blackout - 
A History Of Denied And Suppressed Remedies, 
   by Natenberg M, 
   Regent House (1959)
Assessing The Efficacy and Safety Of Medical Technologies, 
   Office Of Technology Assessment, PB286929, (Sep 1978)
   [illustrates how many mainstream medical practices 
    are not any better proven than alternatives]
The Persecuted Drug - The Story Of DMSO, 
   by McGrady P, 
   Charter Books / Grosset & Dunlap (1979)
The McDougall Plan 
   by John A. McDougall, M.D. & Mary A. McDougall 
   New Century Publishers, NJ (1983)
The Medical Industrial Complex 
   by Stanley Wohl, MD 
   Harmony Books, NY (1984) 
The Allopathic-Industrial Complex, 
Medical Licensure, Antitrust Laws, Bogus Disciplinary Actions, 
Preventive Medicine, And The Public Intereest, 
   by Moore WH, Esq. 
   Southeastern Academy Of Preventive Medicine, (Mar 24, 1984)
Quackery A $10 Billion Scandal, 
   by Pepper C, 
   Select Committee On Aging / House Of Representatives (1984)
   [a highly prejudiced "report" denouncing alternatives]
The Cancer Cure That Worked! Fifty Years of Supression 
   by Barry Lynes 
   Marcus Books, Ontario, Canada (1987)
The Healing of Cancer, The Cures, The Cover-ups 
and the Solution Now! 
   by Barry Lynes, 
   Marcus Books, Ontario, Canada (1989) 
Unconventional Cancer Treatments, 
   by Kenedy EM, Miller CE, Gibbons JH, 
   Office Of Technology Assessment, 
   Congress Of The United States (Sep 1990)
Guarding The Guardians - Research On Editorial Peer Review, 
   J A M A, 263(10):1309-1456 (Mar 9,1990)
The Cancer Industry, 
   by Moss RW, 
   Paragon House, NY (1991)
Academic-Industry Relations In The Life Sciences - 
Extent, Consequences, And Management, 
   by Blumenthal D, 
   J A M A, 268(23):3344-3349 (Dec 16, 1992)
Racketeering In Medicine - The Suppression Of Alternatives, 
   by Carter JP, 
   Hampton Roads Publ Co, Norfolk, VA (1993)
The Cancell Controversy - 
Why Is A Possible Cure For Cancer Being Suppressed? 
   by Trull LB, 
   Hampton Roads Publishing, VA (1993)
The Assault On Medical Freedom, 
   by Lisa PJ, 
   Hampton Roads Publ Co, Norfolk, VA (1994)
Institutional Conflict Of Interest, 
   by Emmanuel EJ, Steiner D, 
   N E J Med, 332(4):262-267 (Jan 26, 1995)
Guarding The Integrity Of Medical Ethics - 
Some Lessons From Soviet Russia, 
   by Pellegrino ED, 
   J A M A, Vol.273 No.20 pp1622-1623 (May 24, 1995)
[one particular] Drug Company Undermines Science, 
   by Gaby AR, 
   Townsend Letter For Doctors And Patients, p100, (July 1996)
World Without Cancer - The Story Of Vitamin B17, 
   by Griffin GE, 
   American Media, Westlake Village, CA (1997)
Herbs Against Cancer - History And Controversy, 
   by Moss RW, 
   Equinox Press, Brooklyn, NY (1998)
Politics And Healing - 
Suppression and Manipulation in American Medicine 
   by Haley D, 
   Potomac Valley Press, (2000)
When Healing Becomes A Crime - 
The Amazing Story of the Hoxsey Cancer Clinics 
and the Return of Alternative Therapies 
   by Ausubel K, 
   Inner Traditions aka Healing Arts Press (2000)
Trust Us, We're Experts! 
How Industry Manipulates Science And Gambles With Your Future, 
   by Rampton S, Stauber J, 
   Center For Media And Democracy 
   J P Tarcher & Penguin Putnam, NY (2001)
Great Feuds In Medicine: Ten Of The Liveliest Disputes Ever, 
   by Hellman H, 
   Wiley, NY (2001)
   [reviewed in J A M A, 286(6):723-724 (Aug 8, 2001)]
Fateful Harvest - The True Story of a Small Town, 
A Global Industry, and A Toxic Secret, 
[industrial toxic metals disposed into fertilizers of food] 
   by Wilson D, Harper Collins (2001)

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