Consumer Health Information Source Book

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AUTHOR INDEX

a
Abormovitz, Les, 16,156
Abraham, Suzanne, 160
Affranchino-Miniello, Irene, xiii,10
Aides, Terri B., 144
Aiken, Cara, 16,160
Ainsworth, Patricia, 160
Aladjen, Henrietta, 124 -25
Alcena, Baliere, 158
Alderman, Tracy, 160 -61
Aleskovsky, Ruth, 167
Allen, B. Roger, 176
Alterman, Seymour L., 16,138
Altman, Roberta, 132
Amen, Daniel G, 127 -28
Ammer, Christine, 181
Argue, John, 170
Askari, Fred, 153

b
Babbit, Nikki, 177
Baker, Lynda, 10
Baker, Lynn S, 16,152 -53
Baker, Richard N., 146
Barkley, Russell A., 128
Barr, Ronald D., 133
Barrett, David M., 179
Bartlett, John G., 15,122
Bashe, Patricia Romanowski, 165
Beauchamp, Tom L., 118
Beauchamp-Parke, Sandra, 177
Beckerman, Anita G., 121
Behrman, Richard, 119
Bell, Louey M., 144
Bell, Louis M., 152
Bergfeld, Wilma F., 175
Berkow, Robert, 118
Berns, Joan Fineberg, 131
Bigelow, Stacie L., 125
Block, M.L., 175
Bockian, Neil R., 161
Bolen, Dianna W., 182
Borchardt, Kenneth A., 119
Borfitz, Deborah, 156
Boss, Angela, 181
Boucher, Jackie, 138,140
Boyette, 134
Bradley, Dinah, 154
Brand-Miller, Jennie, 140
Braunwald, E., 118
Breggin, Peter R., 142
Brint, Stephen F., 15,145,146
Brockman, Dorothy Kay, 146
Brody, Daralyn, 173
Brody, Howard, 173
Brotherston, Naida Edgar, 136
Browder, Sue Ellin, 180
Bruce, Debra Fulghum, 145
Buckman, Robert, 130,147,161
Burger, Sarah Greene, 16,156
Burns, Joan Fineberg, 16
Burt, Jeannie, 130
Butterfield, Deb, 138 -39

c
Cabot, William, 170
Caldwell, Paul, 162

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