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September 2004 (Volume 82)
September 2004 | Maxwell J. Mehlman
New drugs that enhance cognition in cognitively healthy individuals present difficult public policy challenges. While their use is not inherently unethical, steps must be taken to ensure that they are safe, that they are widely available to promote equality of opportunity, and that individuals are free to decide whether or not to use them.
Author(s): Maxwell J. Mehlman
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Volume 82, Issue 3 (pages 483–506)
Published in 2004
The Effect of Heavy Drinking on Social Security Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Contributions and Benefits
Using Electronic Health Records to Help Coordinate Care