Vol. 97 No. 2
Two lawsuits that challenged managed care practices -- one of which employed a landmark legal strategy that used the Americans With Disabilities Act -- show what can happen when physicians and organized medicine stand up against insurers who retaliate against doctors or put profits ahead of patients.
By Walt Borges
John J. Costanzi, MD, Guest Editor
Genetic evaluation of cancer: the importance of family history
By Helen K. Chew, MD
Colorectal cancer screening: the old and the new
By John J. Ziebert, MD
Optimum screening interventions for gynecologic malignancies
By Jayanthi S. Lea, MD; and David Scott Miller, MD
Nonmelanoma skin cancer: today's epidemic
By Byron L. Limmer, MD
Early detection of prostate cancer: is PSA a reliable option?
By Koji Okihara, MD; and R. Joseph Babaian, MD
Techniques for smoking cessation: what really works?
By Terry A. Rustin, MD
Breast cancer: screening and early detection
By A. Marilyn Leitch, MD
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