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- Volume 163, Number 2 - Response to article, "Myocardial Infarction After Taser Exposure;" Vol 162, Number 5; pp. 291-295 by Donald M. Dawes, MD, Jeffrey D. Ho, MD; and the response from authors Drew E. Baldwin, MD, and D. Luke Glancy, MD
- Volume 163, Number 1 - Healthcare Reform's Winners and Losers by Mike Reitz, President and CEO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana
- Volume 162, Number 5 - The 2010 "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act": A Failing Grade by Donald J. Palmisano, MD, JD, FACS
- Volume 162, Number 2 - Response to article, "Endemic Tickborne Infectious Diseases in Louisiana and the Gulf South;" Vol 161, Number 6; pp. 325-339 by Marcia E. Herman-Giddens, PA, DrPH; and the response from author , James H. Diaz, MD, MPH & TM, DrPH.
- Volume 161, Number 5 - National Health System Reform by LSMS President Roger D. Smith, MD
- Volume 161, Number 4 - In response to the End of CME Credit Offered in the Journal by Jack P. Strong, MD
- Volume 160, Number 4 - Landmark Legislation Reflects Important Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina by Cathryn E. Green, BSN, RN
- Volume 160, Number 3 - Response from article author of "Palmistry, Tarot Cards, and Psychotherapy;" Vol 160, Number 2; pp 107-110 by Nicholas G. Pejic, MD
- Volume 160, Number 3 - Response to article, "Palmistry, Tarot Cards, and Psychotherapy;" Vol 160, Number 2; pp 107-110 by Randall D. Lea, MD Volume 160, Number 2; pp 107-110
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