Ortomolekulare Medizin:

Vitamin A

Vitamin B - Komplex

Vitamin C

Vitamin E

Omega 3 Fettsäuren

Magnesium

Selen

Dr. Moosburger

Borax

Dauerbrause

Dr. Agus

Literatur

Glutathion

Dr. Peters - Herz

 

 

D 3 Forscher

D 3 Studien

D3 Info

K 2 Forscher

K 2 Studien

K 2 Info

Orth.Medizin

Vollwertkost

Links

Hermetik

Politik

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. med. Udo Böhm: FOM - Forum Orthomolekulare Medizin: Dr. Boehm Präventive Medizin und Kardiologie   - 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4Zqa5VunTM
Orthomolekulare Medizin-Einführungsvortrag - 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28Ffckh-22w

 

Pascorbin Infusion 7,5g Vitamin C
http://www.apotheken-umschau.de/do/extern/medfinder/medikament-arzneimittel-information-Pascorbin-7-5g-Ascorb-50ml-Infusionsloesung-AA5971.html

Umfassend Ivor Cummins: The Cholesterol Conundrum - and Root Cause Solution  -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuj6nxCDBZ0
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/Filme/18.mp4 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRFRRqe0vrE

Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology: Sugar - The Bitter Truth   -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBnniua6-oM - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/Filme/19.mp4 - http://www.zentrum-der-gesundheit.de/gesunde-verdauung-ia.html#hide

Living for Longevity: The Nutrition Connection - Research on Aging
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsLnPRUUGhQ
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/Filme/20.mp4
Fat Chance: Fructose 2.0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceFyF9px20Y
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/Filme/21.mp4

 

 

Orthomolekulare Medizin

Einführung:
http://www.urlaub.astrologiedhs.de/

Worth Your time: https://riordanclinic.org/ - https://riordanclinic.org/our-history/ - https://www.youtube.com/user/healthhunter1/videos - http://peakenergy.com/ - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1kD3BolXnE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXKuWcB0cI0

http://www.orthomolecular.org/
http://orthomed.org/
http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/index.shtml
https://www.csom.ca/
http://www.alternativetomeds.com/articles/orthomolecular-psychiatry-practitioners.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/hoffer_krypto.html
https://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/pyroluria-and-orthomolecular-psychiatry/
http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/ps/access/mmbbjq.pdf
http://www.orthomolecularvitamincentre.com/a_hoffer_schizophrenia.php
http://holisticpsychiatrist.com/treatment-options/orthomolecular-medicine/https://www.mentalhelp.net/blogs/orthomolecular-psychiatry/
http://www.sciencemag.org/content/160/3825/265.abstract
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIqioywu9_0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nMcXIoV1VM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_W3rYzX8Ak
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddgLzQavQzw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S98DVu7mKLw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eu1E8aj-ujs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhJxXggeKew

= http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/9.mp4 - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/10.mp4 - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/11.mp4 - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/12.mp4 - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/13.mp4 - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/14.mp4 - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filme/15.mp4

Mikronährstofftherapie / Orthomolekulare Medizin

Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland hat sich seinerzeit aus guten Gründen gegen eine „Staatsmedizin“ entschieden. Für die wissenschaftliche Anerkennung neuer Medizinmethoden ist deshalb in der gesetzlichen Krankenversicherung durch die Vorschriften des Sozialgesetzbuches die Selbstverwaltung der Ärzte und Krankenkassen vorgesehen. Für Fragestellungen innerhalb des herrschenden schulmedizinischen Wissenschaftsparadigmas hat sich dies auch bewährt. Diese Zuständigkeitsverteilung ist allerdings schon in den 1970-er Jahren  im Kontext der politisch geführten Debatte über den Wirksamkeitsnachweis bei den Besonderen Therapierichtungen und natürlichen Heilweisen an seine Funktionsgrenzen gestoßen. Ohne den damaligen unermüdlichen Einsatz von Dr. med. Gerhard Kienle aus Herdecke –   s. dazu dessen Buch: „Der Wirksamkeitsnachweis für Arzneimittel : Analyse einer Illusion“   -  im politischen Raum, hätten die Selbstverwaltungsorgane im Gesundheitswesen in zentralen Fragen der Patientenversorgung die Weichen falsch gestellt. Die 30-jährige Leidensgeschichte der Akupunktur bis zu Ihrer Anerkennung ist ein beklagenswerter Fehlgriff der Selbstverwaltung gewesen.

Das BVerfG hat in seiner wegweisenden Entscheidung 1 BvR 347/98 -  vom 6. Dezember 2005 ebenfalls korrigierend eingreifen müssen.

Dies zeigt, daß sich in Zeiten eines wissenschaftstheoretischen Paradigmenwechsels (Thomas S. Kuhn) die Politik sich  ihrer zukunftsgestaltenden Politikverantwortung nicht entziehen darf.

Im Bereich der hochdosierten Mikronährstofftherapie und der mikronährstoffbasierten Prävention und der damit einhergehenden drastische Kostensenkung im Gesundheitswesen könnte sich zur Zeit ein solcher Paradigmenwechsel vollziehen. 

Kuhn hat in seinem Buch „Die Struktur wissenschaftlicher Revolutionen“ auch den diesbezüglichen politischen und gesetzgeberischen Handlungsbedarf aufgezeigt, um die inzwischen unwissenschaftlich gewordenen Beharrungskräfte im alten wissenschaftlichen Paradigma aufzubrechen.

 

A Conversation with Dr. Matthias Rath   -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxUg63535Cc

http://d.mp3vhs.de/vonabisw/DOM/DOM2.pdf


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Abram Hoffer  Ph.D/ Andrew W. Saul PhD:
Orthomolecular Medicine for Everyone: Megavitamin Therapeutics for Families and Physicians – 2012, Verlag: ReadHowYouWant  -                                                             ISBN-10: 1442969857  -   ISBN-13: 978-1442969858  -  € 29,80
http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/1442969857?keywords=Orthomolecular%20Medicine%20for%20Everyone%3A%20Megavitamin%20Therapeutics&qid=1429293228&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3

Born on a Saskatchewan farm in 1917, Abram Hoffer graduated with a B.S. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan in 1938. He also has a Master's Degree in agricultural chemistry and a Ph.D. in biochemistry. He got his M.D. from the University of Toronto in 1949 and completed psychiatric training in 1954. His early work led to the use of vitamin B3 in treating schizophrenia and other psychiatric conditions and he demonstrated the effectiveness of niacin as an anticholesterol treatment. Dr. Hoffer was involved in the formation of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine and has published over 600 reports and articles as well as 30 books. Recently, he was awarded the Dr. Rogers Prize for his contribution to alternative and complimentary medicine.

http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdf/21.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdf/22.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdf/23.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdf/24.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdf/25.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdf/26.pdf

Red Ice Radio - Dr. Andrew Saul - The War on Vitamins & Nutrition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmTjcRf8j0I
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f85.mp4

http://www.redicecreations.com


Dr. Andrew W. Saul has 35 years' experience in natural health education. Saul, formerly Assistant Editor of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, is Editor-in-Chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service. He was on the faculty of the State University of New York for nine years, and taught nutrition, health science and cell biology at the college level. His peer-reviewed, non-commercial popular natural healing website is DoctorYourself.com. Saul is the author of "Doctor Yourself" and "Fire Your Doctor!". He has co-authored 7 books. Andrew can also be seen in the documentary Foodmatters. In this highly informative interview, Dr. Saul begins talking about the media's ridiculous scare tactics about using vitamins. Andrew says we can use nutrition to cure illness and brings up evidence in published medical reports dating back from the 30's. These results are being ignored by the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Dr. Saul believes death rates would be cut down by ½ if people were eating properly and getting the required nutrients. We discuss the specifics of a proper diet, vitamin therapy and doctoring yourself. Also, we talk about medicine as a belief system. Andrew brings up the importance of activism against Codex Alimentarius.

Question and Answer with Andrew W Saul
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4xsPKVdL1U
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f86.mp4
Andrew W. Saul, "The Megavitamin Man", has 40 years of experience in natural health education. His world famous, free-access educational website, www.DoctorYourself.com, is peer reviewed and the largest non-commercial natural health resource on the internet.

Dr Abram Hoffer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH1_v0zh_gk
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f87.mp4

IFM Interview: Dr. Abram Hoffer and Dr. Jeffrey Bland
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE2rpITjlhI
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f88.mp4

Linus Pauling on Abram Hoffer's cancer research (1993)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5YM-i_7JWw
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f89.mp4

Michael Savage - Abram Hoffer Passing Away and his Contributions to Health and Vitamins - (6/3/09)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afFGeabPX5k
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f90.mp4

Nutritional Therapies Cure - Pt 1 [A.W. Saul] ver.2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrHCeWMWYxs
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f91.mp4

Nutritional Therapies Cure - Pt 2 [A.W. Saul]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dt6PDrZVu4A
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f92.mp4

Nutritional Therapies Cure - Pt 3 [A.W. Saul]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmTazh-TLyA
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f93.mp4

http://www.andrewsaul.com/
http://www.doctoryourself.com/

MegaVitamin Man Questions Answered
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohHk8EOXqPM
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f107.mp4

The Five Biotypes of Depression and Advanced Nutrient Therapies with William Walsh, PhD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyoPtGtQvHI
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f108.mp4
Veröffentlicht am 20.10.2014  -  Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that enable us to think and act. They have a dominant impact on mood, focus, concentration, anxiety, obsessions and mental well-being. Dr. William Walsh will present his findings about neurotransmitters that indicate that depression is an umbrella term for five distinct biotypes, or categories, of depression. Three of these types are not caused by fluctuating serotonin.
In his research, Dr. Walsh studied more than 2,800 patients, analyzing more than 250,000 blood chemistries and 300,000 medical history factors.
Dr. Walsh will give a detailed explanation of each biotype, and discuss the health factors and issues that accompany the different types. Additionally, he will address the specific nutrients that impact the synthesis of neurotransmitters, and the tests needed for diagnosis. For many individuals, this could eliminate or reduce the need for drug therapies, and achieve wellness without side effects.

 

 

Prof. Dr. Linus Pauling:
“Do not let either the medical authorities or the
politicians mislead you. Find out what the
facts are, and make your own decisions about
how to lead a happy life and how to work for a
better world.“  -  http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/25.pdf

http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/34.pdf

For Further Information:
Important Vitamin C Resource Links


http://www.seanet.com/~alexs/ascorbate/

http://www.orthomed.com/

http://www.riordanclinic.org/research/journalarticles.shtml

http://www.tomlevymd.com/

http://www.vitaminc.co.nz/

http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/

 

Berlinische Monatsschrift, Dezemberausgabe 1784 in Beantwortung der Frage: Was ist Aufklärung? –
Immanuel Kant: „Aufklärung ist der Ausgang des Menschen aus seiner selbst verschuldeten Unmündigkeit. Unmündigkeit ist das Unvermögen, sich seines Verstandes ohne Leitung eines anderen zu bedienen. Selbstverschuldet ist diese Unmündigkeit, wenn die Ursache derselben nicht am Mangel des Verstandes, sondern der Entschließung und des Mutes liegt, sich seiner ohne Leitung eines andern zu bedienen. Sapere aude! Habe Mut, dich deines eigenen Verstandes zu bedienen! ist also der Wahlspruch der Aufklärung
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Berlinische Monatsschrift, Dezemberausgabe 1784 in answer to the question: What is Enlightenment? –

Immanuel Kant: "Enlightenment is man's emergence from his self-incurred immaturity. Immaturity is the inability of one's own understanding without the guidance of another use. Self-incurred is this tutelage when its cause lies not in lack of understanding, but the resolution and courage, without direction from another to use his. Sapere aude! Have courage to use your own brain! So this is the motto of enlightenment. "

 

Easter – Eggs:

http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/27.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/28.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/29.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/30.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/31.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/32.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/33.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/34.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/35.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/36.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/37.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/38.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/39.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/40.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/41.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/42.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/43.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/44.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/45.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/46.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/47.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/48.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/49.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/50.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/51.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/52.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/53.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/54.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/55.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/56.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/57.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/58.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/59.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/60.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/61.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/62.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/63.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/64.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/65.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/66.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/67.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/68.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/69.pdf - http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/pdfs/70.pdf


http://orthomolecularvitamincentre.com/
http://www.doctoryourself.com/biblio_hoffer.html

 

http://www.doctoryourself.com/Radiation_VitC.pptx.pdf
http://www.doctoryourself.com/RiordanIVC.pdf
http://www.townsendletter.com/Klenner/KlennerProtocol_forMS.pdf
http://www.doctoryourself.com/APA_Reply_Hoffer.pdf
Deutsche Artikel:


http://www.doctoryourself.com/DeutschIndizieren2014.html

http://www.doctoryourself.com/

http://www.doctoryourself.com/VC.NZ.Sept.2010.pdf
http://www.doctoryourself.com/vitamincure.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/vegreviews.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/Hoffer2009int.pdf
http://vitamincfoundation.org/stone/
http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/
http://www.cforyourself.com/
http://www.orthomed.com/
http://www.orthomed.org/
http://www.doctoryourself.com/nasal.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/medlineup.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/books_williams.html

 

Red Ice Radio - Dr. Andrew Saul - The War on Vitamins & Nutrition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmTjcRf8j0I
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f87.mp4

How to Change Your Life with Vitamins - webinar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxB2qsYNPGc
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f94.mp4

A webinar discussing the Megavitamin Course and it's benefits
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxel5wZw5NM
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f106.mp4

Q and A with the Megavitamin Man, April 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLaZpuJSnFg
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f95.mp4

6 Proven Ways to Improve Your Health
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilUcTfPkhVY
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f96.mp4

2012: Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Andrew Saul

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVHWNKJP_tQ
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f97.mp4

Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Andrew Saul
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ru6IPFPeTQ
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f98.mp4

Food Matters (PART 1) - First 8 Minutes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwZY1jaw2EM
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f99.mp4

Mark Bittman: "Food Matters", part 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXfarIbdaVA
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f100.mp4

Mark Bittman: Food Matters, part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGMIhutMDLE
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f101.mp4

Seeds Of Death - Full Movie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUd9rRSLY4A
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f102.mp4

Monsanto Documentary - This is a shocking video about the company

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=su0om5L4Bhg
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f103.mp4

Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Saul (Full Interview)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2YLOVbfCNY

http://www.doctoryourself.com/

Abram Hoffer, Vitamins He Took
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpQLkfDonNM
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f104.mp4

A lecture by Andrew Saul PhD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuLPvzgTWJ8
http://d.mp3vhs.de/C1/filmarchiv/f105.mp4

Dr. Hoffer's personal webpage is
http://www.orthomolecularvitamincentre.com/index.php


I was born on a farm in Southern Saskatchewan in 1917 in our first wooden house. My three older siblings were born in a sod shack. Public and high school education was completed in single room schools. 
 I combined my new interest in biochemistry with my original interest in agriculture by taking a Masters degree in agricultural chemistry in 1940 at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. On a graduate scholarship I studied for the following year at the St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota, and then worked at a flour laboratory in Winnipeg developing chemical assay methods for thiamine in flour and other wheat products, and running the control analysis to ensure that the correct quantity of vitamins was added to the flour. I did my research toward my Ph.D. in this laboratory and received my degree in 1944. 
 By then I had become interested in human nutrition and enrolled in medicine at the University of Saskatchewan in 1945. For a few days before I finally registered I was shaken by an offer by Dr. T. Thorvaldson, Head Department of Chemistry, to accept a job as Professor of Agricultural Chemistry at a salary of $2700 per year. The salary was acceptable, but as my plans had already been made I maintained my resolution to take medicine. 
 I married Rose Miller in 1942. Bill was born in 1944. While I was interning in 1950 I was offered the position of Professor of Biochemistry at the same University. After two preclinical years at this university, and two clinical years at University of Toronto, I earned my M.D. in 1949. John was born in 1947 and Miriam in 1949. 
Entering Psychiatric Research
 I interned for one year at City Hospital in Saskatoon, planning on going into general practice, but hoping that I could eventually enter research. While interning I became interested in psychiatry, especially psychosomatic medicine. Toward the end of the year I applied for a position with Psychiatric Services Branch, Department of Public Health at Regina, Sask. I had discussed with the chief, Dr. D. G. McKerracher, my interest in combining my interests in medicine, chemistry and psychiatry in a research position. I joined him in July 1, 1951. I was given three missions: (1) to master psychiatry in preparation for qualifying for the specialty; I was fully qualified in 1954, and a few years later became a Fellow in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Canada). (2) To be consultant in biochemistry to the general hospital at Regina and, (3) to initiate a program of research into psychiatry. 
 January and February 1951, my wife and I toured the few research centers in psychiatry in Canada and the United States for six weeks. This proved very valuable when later we decided which research program we would start. The three most memorial visits were with Dr. Nolan D. C. Lewis, at the Psychiatric Institute in New York, Dr. H. Kluver, Culver Hall, University of Chicago, and Dr. Franz Alexander, at a psychoanalytic institute which he directed. Lewis and Kluver introduced me to the fascinating possibilities of the hallucinogens, especially mescaline, and from Dr. Alexander's luncheon clinic I learned that psychosomatic medicine had no basis in fact. 
 Dr. H. Osmond joined us in Saskatchewan in the fall of 1952. We soon were good friends and close colleagues. We organized and directed the research program until he left in 1960, and I went into private practice in 1967. 
 We decided to tackle the most important single problem, schizophrenia. Half of our mental hospital beds were occupied by these patients, and one quarter of all hospital beds in Canada were these patients. But there were very few tangible leads. Psychoanalysis was sweeping into North American psychiatry, and the biological psychiatrists were facing imminent defeat in their views about the nature of this disease. 
 Dr. Osmond and Dr. J. Smythies had discovered that the mescaline experience resembled the schizophrenic experience, and he and Smythies postulated that there might be a substance in the body with the properties of mescaline and related to adrenalin. Dr. Osmond and I developed this idea, which became known as the adrenochrome hypothesis of schizophrenia. 
 In 1954 we received a very large grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to continue this investigation. Before I could get the grant I was to travel to Europe and visit the research centers there. By the time I left research we had a very large well established research group, a truly cross-fertilized group in which psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, and social workers all worked together. 
 Arising from this research are the following discoveries: (1) That adrenochrome is an hallucinogen, (2) that it could be made in the body. It is now known to be present and easily measured. (3) That megadoses of vitamin B-3 and ascorbic acid were therapeutic for schizophrenia. This was one of the roots of orthomolecular psychiatry and medicine as it is known today. (4) That niacin lowers cholesterol levels. This vitamin is now one of the world's standard materials for doing so. It also extends life and does not increase deaths from violent acts as some of the other compounds which lower cholesterol do. (5) The HOD (Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic) and EWI tests for assisting in the diagnosis of schizophrenia. This is an excellent test, hardly known to the profession. 
 In pursuing this research we were the first psychiatrists in America to conduct double blind controlled tests, and we were later the first to recognize and to publish its many defects and flaws. Our discovery that niacin lowers cholesterol, published in 1955, is credited with the initiation of the new paradigm in nutritional medicine, i.e. the use of vitamins for treatment and not just for prevention of deficiency disease. 
 I gave up my two positions, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Psychiatric Research, because my freedom to publish and discuss our therapeutic trials using vitamins was being severely restricted by my two main employers, the University of Saskatchewan and the Department of Public Health. The psychiatric establishment was violently opposed to our work, which did not have the support of the drug companies who were promoting their own products, the tranquilizers. Not a single attempt was made to repeat our double blind controlled studies (five), nor to examine our claims clinically. I decided I could be more effective free of any of these adverse influences. 
 Since then I have been happily working with thousands of patients, applying what we had discovered in those early years in Saskatchewan. I have published many hundreds of reports in the medical and psychiatric literature, but after our views became widely known the establishment literature would no longer accept any and our reports went to the alternative literature instead. I have authored many books. 
http://www.doctoryourself.com/biblio_hoffer.html
 I have been active in the International Schizophrenia Foundation, now (2006) in its 38th year, and was one of the organizers of the former Huxley Institute of Biosocial Research. I am editor of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/index.shtml and http://www.orthomed.org/jom/jom.html
which was the first medical journal to bring attention to many important new treatments in medicine such as the yeast syndrome, the toxicity of mercury from amalgams, the orthomolecular treatment of the schizophrenias and many other conditions. 
 My main interest since 1967 in Saskatoon, and in Victoria, B.C., after 1976, has been to promote the principles of orthomolecular medicine and psychiatry. In medicine the move into nutrition or orthomolecular medicine is well underway, and will sweep into most of the medical schools within the next five years. The move into psychiatry has been dismally slow. Psychiatrists can not untrack themselves from the influence of the tranquilizers, which are helpful, but when used alone hardly ever restore a schizophrenic patient to normal. My definition of a normal person is one who is free of signs and symptoms, gets on well with family, gets on well with the community, and pays income tax. Up to 90% of early patients, not yet badly damaged by the illness and the way it was treated, will achieve this. With chronic patients most will achieve this after 6 or 7 years of treatment. The treatment has been described many times. Literature is available from the International Schizophrenia Foundation, 16 Florence Avenue, Toronto, Canada M2N 1E9, telephone number (416) 733-2117, fax number (416) 733-2352. 
http://www.orthomed.org/isf/isf.html
 I am pleased with my medical colleagues who are quickly moving into this modern paradigm, and am very frustrated by the massive inertia of my psychiatric colleagues who are still waiting for the Holy Grail, that new tranquilizer which appears every year, which will do for schizophrenia what insulin does for diabetes. The number of homeless chronic schizophrenics in the streets of all large American and Canadian cities is evidence of their inability to do more them than we could do in 1950 before we had any tranquilizers. But at least then we had hospitals which provided shelter and food and some care. Today the downtown slums have become the surrogate mental hospital beds for the chronic patients whose treatment has been wholly tranquilizers. 
 About thirty years ago I predicted that it would take at least forty years before megavitamin treatment would be accepted. After all, Moses walked his Israelite followers in circles in the desert for 40 years before initiating the invasion of the Holy Land. He realized that two generations of people born and raised in slavery would have to die before he could depend upon them to have enough fighting spirit and spunk to attempt the invasion. Do we have to wait for more than two generations of psychiatrists bred in the analytic and tranquilizer era to die before their offspring can begin to think about orthomolecular treatment of schizophrenic patients? Our first megavitamin treatment paper was published in 1957. 
(For more information, you may wish to read Dr. Hoffer’s complete scientific memoirs, available at  http://www.orthomed.org/store/store.html )

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Donald R. Davis, Ph.D., retired from the University of Texas Biochemical Institute, Austin, TX. More information on Dr. Roger Williams at http://www.cm.utexas.edu/williams.

Bibliography of Books by biochemist
Roger J. Williams, Ph.D., the discoverer of the vitamin Pantothenic Acid

For a listing of Dr. Williams’ papers and articles: http://www.doctoryourself.com/biblio_williams.html 
Also of interest: http://www.doctoryourself.com/rjwilliams.html
Nutrition books recommended to start with are listed in boldface type.
An Introduction to Organic Chemistry 1927; 2nd ed. 1931, 3rd ed. 1935, 4th ed. 1941, 5th ed. (with L.F. Hatch) 1948, D. Van Nostrand 
A Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry (with R.Q. Brewster) 1928; 2nd ed. 1934, 3rd ed. 1939, 4th ed. 1948, D. Van Nostrand 
An Introduction to Biochemistry 1931; 2nd ed. (with E. Beerstecher) 1948, D. Van Nostrand 
A Textbook of Biochemistry 1938; 2nd ed. 1942, D. Van Nostrand 
What To Do About Vitamins 1945, Univ. of Oklahoma Press 
The Human Frontier 1946, Harcourt Brace 
Biochemistry of the B Vitamins (with R.E. Eakin, E. Beerstecher and W. Shive)
1950, Reinhold 
Nutrition and Alcoholism 1951, Univ. of Oklahoma Press 
Free and Unequal 1953, Univ. of Texas Press; 1964 (softcover), John Wiley & Sons
1979 (hardcover and softcover), Liberty Press 
Biochemical Individuality 1956, 1963 (softcover), John Wiley & Sons 1969 (softcover), Univ. of Texas Press (7th printing, 1979) 1998 (softcover), Keats Publishing, with new Introduction by Jeffrey Bland, new Afterword by Donald R. Davis, 1988 In Memoriam by Donald R. Davis, and expanded Index. Translated into Russian 1960, Italian 1964, and Polish 1969
Alcoholism: The Nutritional Approach 1959 (hardcover and softcover), Univ. of Texas Press 
Nutrition in A Nutshell 1962, Doubleday; 1962 (pocketbook), Dolphin Books 
You Are Extraordinary 1967, Random House; 1971 (pocketbook), Pyramid Books 
Nutrition Against Disease: Environmental Prevention 1971, Pitman; 1973 (pocketbook), Bantam Books 1998, Keats Publishing reprint with new Introduction expected. 
Physicians' Handbook of Nutritional Science 1975, (hardcover) Charles C. Thomas 
The Wonderful World Within You 1977 (pocketbook), Bantam Books 1987 (hardcover and softcover), Bio-Communications Press 1998 (softcover) Bio-Communications Press, Wichita, Kansas. Updated edition with new nutrient diagrams, new Introduction by Donald R. Davis. Translated into Japanese 1985 
The Prevention of Alcoholism Through Nutrition 1982 (pocketbook), Bantam Books
The Advancement of Nutrition 1982 (softcover), Int. Acad. of Nutr. and Prev. Med. 
Rethinking Education: The Coming Age of Enlightenment
1986, Philosophical Library 
Exploring Your Individuality: A Vital Step to Human Understanding (with D.R. Davis)
1988, unpublished 
Edited Works:
The Encyclopedia of Biochemistry (with E.M. Lansford, Jr.) 1967, Reinhold 
A Physician's Handbook on Orthomolecular Medicine (with D.K. Kalita)
1977, (hardcover) Pergamon 1979, (softcover) Keats Publishing. 

 

 

"As a general practitioner in Finland for 30 years, I think the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine ought to be indexed by Medline. Using orthomolecular
methods gives better clinical results and is safer than pharmaceutical drugs. Full access to this knowledge is important to me, to my colleagues,
and to their patients around the world." (Karin Munsterhjelm Ahumada, M.D.)

There were 754 million Medline searches in the year 2005. Not one of those searches found a single article from the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. There is a growing appreciation in the scientific community that the Journal is being deliberately censored by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Since 1989, JOM has been rejected for Medline indexing five times.

This is the decision of a journal review committee preselected by NLM. When we have tried to clarify just what it is that Medline feels is lacking, we have not received a specific answer. The score sheet that we do get is vague, and offers no itemization of objectives for improvement. We are told that, even though our score was not high enough for indexing, we can resubmit and be scored again. Although this has an appearance of open-mindedness, it is a convenient cover for institutional bias. By not telling JOM what specific objections it has, Medline assures that JOM will never quite get it. It is reminiscent of an old-time small-town beauty contest: if the contest judges don’t like the mayor, his daughter is not going to get a very high score no matter what outfit she wears or what song she sings. As Dr. Steve Hickey says, if the prosecution picks the jury, the verdict is a foregone conclusion.

We have carried on what has become a fairly extensive correspondence with NLM as represented by Chief of the Bibliographic Services Division and Medline Executive Editor Sheldon Kotzin. In the interest of identifying and correcting deficiencies, we have requested a laundry list of exactly what changes JOM needs to make to gain a score high enough for indexing. Mr. Kotzin has not provided the answer. Instead, he has repeatedly directed us to Medline’s general requisites for indexing a journal (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/jsel.html ). Of the eight published “Critical Elements” for journal selection, it would appear that the tip-off phrases may be these: Medline says it indexes journals having "articles predominantly on core biomedical subjects"; that "scientific merit of a journal's content is the primary consideration"; and that they are looking for external peer review.

It is possible, but unconfirmed, that NLM thinks that the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine lacks external peer review. It would be a simple matter for them to simply say so, but they never have. There may be a reason: if they flag that issue, then they would have to admit us. In addition to its Editorial Review Board, JOM does indeed use external reviewers. I therefore think the real deal-breakers are these: First, JOM is a journal that discusses orthomolecular medicine, a field NLM probably considers to be far removed from "core biomedical subjects." And, as "scientific merit of a journal's content is the primary consideration," we must conclude that, in the eyes of the US National Library of Medicine, JOM lacks scientific merit.

Incidentally, item number 4, Production Quality, does not seem to be an obstacle for JOM. We received a 4 out of a possible 5 in this category. This is quite significant, compared with zeroes, ones and twos in all other categories.

The idea that the world’s most comprehensive medical library refuses to index a journal, now entering its fortieth year of publication, is, well, you can fill in your own blank. It increasingly looks as if the point of contention is not the singer, but the song itself.
Incidentally, Medline now indexes Consumer Reports magazine.
(If you think it is wrong that the taxpayer-supported US National Library of Medicine refuses to index the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine on Medline, please drop me a line at drsaul@doctoryourself.com .)
For additional reading on Medline bias: http://www.doctoryourself.com/medline.html

Andrew Saul is the author of the books FIRE YOUR DOCTOR! How to be Independently Healthy (reader reviews at http://www.doctoryourself.com/review.html ) and DOCTOR YOURSELF: Natural Healing that Works. (reviewed at http://www.doctoryourself.com/saulbooks.html )

 

Errors in JAMA Vitamin C Article
by Scott Roberts
The April 21, 1999 Journal of the American Medical Association article on vitamin C by Mark Levine, et al attempted to show by blood and urinary data that vitamin C in doses greater than 100 to 200 mg/day have no useful benefit in humans. The article is important because it strives to guide the new RDA for vitamin C towards a mere 100 to 200 mg/day. The article can be seen at http://jama.ama-assn.org/issues/v281n15/full/jsc80392.html
The severity of the inadequacy of the article can be seen by the following observations:   The article cites a 1997 article to claim vitamin C in gram doses has no place in the treatment of colds while ignoring a Feb 1999 article by the SAME RESEARCHER that claimed 2 g/day reduces the duration of colds by 26%. The abstract of that reference is included below. Pauling claimed vitamin C would have its greatest effect on the common cold when a gram was taken every hour instead of just once a day. 
The article recommends an RDA of 100 to 200 mg/day based on arguments that are almost entirely theoretical instead of citing the many real-world studies showing substantial health benefits from levels greater than 1 g/day (including numerous studies on specific diseases done in the 1940's and 1950's - see the 1971 book by Irwin Stone "The Healing Factor: Vitamin C Against Disease," posted in its entirety at http://vitamincfoundation.org/stone/ ) On the internet, an article about high doses can be found at http://www.orthomed.com/klenner.htm and http://www.garynull.com/documents/vitaminc.htm
By the article's own admission, it recommends an RDA of 100 to 200 mg/day based on faulty data manipulation. The authors chose to measure steady state blood plasma concentration after ingestion instead of actual concentrations because the calculation for actual concentrations was "too complex." From reading the text, one would think 60 micromol/L in the blood is as high as can be possibly achieved (which results from ingesting 100 to 200 mg/d). However, by making an estimation of their lower graph in figure 3, the data indicates that if 1,000 mg were taken 4 times a day (the minimum recommendation of several popular nutrition experts such as Dr. Whitaker, Dr. Cathcart, Dr. Hoffer, Dr. Pauling, Dr. Klenner, and Irwin Stone), it would average out to about 180 micromol/L. Surely a little more calculation (or even some estimating) would have been worth the effort to show a 3-fold increase! 
The authors' blood and urinary data used to support their suggested maximum recommended daily amount of 100 to 200 mg/d is claimed to be better than data previously available. The JAMA article's data and arguments are 20 years old. Linus Pauling in his 1986 book "How to Live Longer and Feel Better" used nearly the exact same blood, urine, and absorption data (p 108-112) to address the exact same misunderstandings to show that 140 mg/d should be considered an absolute minimum value instead of a maximum. Pauling believed the optimum range of vitamin C for most people would be between 3 and 20 g/d. 
The authors do not seemed bothered or amazed that their claims indicate humans need 10 to 100 times less vitamin C than almost every other animal on the planet (adjusted for body-weight). Gorillas get 20 to 40 times as much in their diet and the RDA-equivalent for monkeys is also about 20 to 40 times higher than the authors are recommending for humans. Why is the RDA set so low for humans and so high for monkeys? 
The authors do not give any physiological explanation for why they believe humans are so unique among the animal kingdom as to find relatively small doses (1 g/d) of vitamin C "toxic." This size dose has never resulted in a human suffering an adverse health effect (other than those who are sensitive to it have temporary diarrhea). The article discusses increased iron absorption and oxalate production, but no case of a human being harmed is reported. The article's suggested "toxic" level for humans is approximately the bare minimum needed by all other animals. Other large mammals sacrifice 2% to 4% of their daily food energy to make vitamin C in concentrations 10 to 20 times higher than what the article considers "toxic," showing that not only is it not toxic, but it's more important than having a little extra food! 
TITLE: Vitamin C supplementation and common cold symptoms: factors affecting the magnitude of the benefit.  AUTHORS: Hemila H  AUTHOR AFFILIATION: Department of Public Health, University of Helsinki, Finland.  Med Hypotheses 1999 Feb;52(2):171-8  CITATION IDS: PMID: 10340298 UI: 99271657 ABSTRACT: Placebo-controlled trials have shown that vitamin C supplementation decreases the duration and severity of common cold infections. However, the magnitude of the benefit has substantially varied, hampering conclusions about the clinical significance of the vitamin. In this paper, 23 studies with regular vitamin C supplementation (> or = 1 g/day) were analyzed to find out factors that may explain some part of the variation in the results. It was found that on average, vitamin C produces greater benefit for children than for adults. The dose may also affect the magnitude of the benefit, there being on average greater benefit from > or = 2 g/day compared to 1 g/day of the vitamin. In five studies with adults administered 1g/day of vitamin C, the median decrease in cold duration was only 6%, whereas in two studies with children administered 2 g/day the median decrease was four times higher, 26%. The trials analyzed in this work used regular vitamin C supplementation, but it is conceivable that therapeutic supplementation starting early at the onset of the cold episode could produce comparable benefits. Since few trials have examined the effects of therapeutic supplementation and their results have been variable, further therapeutic trials are required to examine the role of vitamin C in the treatment of colds. 
Some writers have claimed that excess vitamin C is excreted immediately.  Taking 5 hours for blood concentration of vitamin C to drop to levels that are still 2 times higher than normal steady state levels is not what I'd call "immediate" excretion.   At two hours after the dose, vitamin C concentration is almost 4 times steady state levels. This data is for 1250 mg.  For the proof of my statements, see figure 3 in the reference and paragraph 2 of page 1418 in the PDF file.
If someone is taking large doses of vitamin C they should not just stop. The body has altered its absorption rate and it takes a while for it to readjust. One should taper off of large doses gradually. Linus Pauling believed in the "rebound scurvy" effect. He said you'd be more susceptible to colds if you skipped even a day (if you took the large doses). Interestingly, the JAMA article says it is a myth. 
Personal viewpoint: 
Some vitamin C critics' personalities remind me a little of me before i starting taking normal Earth animal size doses of ascorbic acid powder (16 grams/day in 4 glasses of grape or orange juice spaced apart). My yearly physicals don't show any change in metals. Cholesterol from 210 to 160. Stress level plummeted. I still get a cold once a year, but my nose never gets stuffy.  I used to always have to have facial tissue boxes in places like my car, desk drawer, den, and bedroom, but now I never need them.
There is also a surprising "high" I get. I can't compare it to anything - it just makes me feel better. It lasts at least an hour and often up to 2 hours, right in-line with figure 3 in the JAMA article. It's probably above 400 micromol/L in plasma that causes the high feeling (in me, not necessarily others). It's sort of like pressure in my head is reduced. I feel like the relief in stress relaxes me. The high feeling is stronger when it's been awhile since the last dose. I take the large doses because it makes me feel better, not because it's good for my health. I'll notice I'm not feeling good and say "Hmmmm, 4 grams sure would hit the spot right now." Even if I don't have juice available, I'll put the powder ascorbic acid in water and bear the bitterness. By the way, it is less acidic than cola soft drinks, even at 10 grams C per glass of water.
Edited and reprinted with the permission of Scott Roberts  scottr@mindspring.com   December 2, 1999 
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Additional Comment by Andrew W. Saul: 
 Discount stores and even health food stores have deals on vitamin C. In Rochester, NY (and other cities, surely) there's a health food store selling ascorbic acid crystals for about $16 a pound.  My son and my daughter (vitamin C megadosers since infancy; all the way into college and not one dose of any antibiotic... I'll put the wallet full of pictures away now; pardon me) found vitamin C at a chain nutrition store for just over two cents a gram, in tablets.  Is that ever cheaper than (the new, costly and side-effect-ridden antibiotic) "Cipro"!  During illness, even more frequent doses are indicated (sources below for those interested.)  "C" every ten minutes is not at all too often during the 'flu.
Mr. Roberts' experience with vitamin C so closely parallels my own that I'll just conclude with a "right on."
Dr. Frederick R. Klenner's Clinical Guide to the Use of Vitamin C is now posted in its entirety at
http://www.seanet.com/~alexs/ascorbate/198x/smith-lh-clinical_guide_1988.htm


The complete text of Irwin Stone's book The Healing Factor: Vitamin C Against Disease  is now posted for free reading at
http://vitamincfoundation.org/stone/
More information at
http://www.vitamincfoundation.org
http://www.cforyourself.com
http://www.orthomed.com
http://www.orthomed.org

 

ABRAM HOFFER, M.D., Ph.D.
50 YEARS OF VITAMIN RESEARCH, PRACTICE, AND PUBLICATION
Bibliography of the Nutrition-Related Publications of Abram Hoffer, M.D.
(Edited by Andrew W. Saul and Abram Hoffer, with the assistance of Christine Gundersen)
Notes to the reader:
1) This bibliography is, as hard as it may be to believe, actually a shortened version of Dr. Hoffer's 600-plus scientific publications. This is a listing of his English language, nutrition-related books and articles only. Listings are oldest first. Entries in boldface type are specifically recommended by Dr. Hoffer for those new to the field, and his comments are also in boldface type.)
2) "Orthomolecular" is essentially another word for "nutritional."
3) "Nicotinic acid" is a chemical name for vitamin B-3, niacin. It is wholly unrelated to nicotine.
List of books published:

  1. Hoffer A & Osmond H. The Chemical Basis of Clinical Psychiatry. CC Thomas, Springfield, IL, 1960.
  2. Hoffer A. Niacin Therapy in Psychiatry. CC Thomas, Springfield, IL, 1962.
  3. Hoffer A & Osmond H. How to Live With Schizophrenia. University Books, New York, NY, 1966. Also published by Johnson, London, 1966. Written with Fannie Kahan. New and Revised Ed. Citadel Press, New York, NY, 1992. Revised Ed. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON 1999 (Read book review)
  4. Hoffer A & Osmond H. New Hope For Alcoholics. University Books, New York, 1966. Written with Fannie Kahan. (No known electronic link) (Read excerpt)
  5. Kelm H, Hoffer A & Osmond H. Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic Manual. Saskatoon, SK, 1967.
  6. Hoffer A. The Hallucinogens. Academic Press (June, 1967)
  7. Hoffer A, Kelm H & Osmond H. The Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic Test. RE Krieger Pub. Co., Huntington, NY, 1975.
  8. Hoffer A. Megavitamin therapy: In reply to the American Psychiatric Association Task Force report on megavitamins and orthomolecular psychiatry. Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation (1976)
  9. Hoffer A & Walker M: Orthomolecular Nutrition. Keats Pub., New Canaan, CT, 1978.
  10. Hoffer A. Dr Abram Hoffer's Guide to the Identification and Treatment of Schizophrenia. Keats Pub (June 1, 1980)
  11. Hoffer A & Walker M: Nutrients to Age without Senility. Keats Pub Inc, New Canaan, CT, 1980.
  12. Hoffer A. Vitamin B3 (Niacin). McFarland & Company (August 1, 1982)
  13. Hoffer A. Common Questions on Schizophrenia and their Answers. Keats Pub (1987)
  14. Hoffer A. Nutrition for the General Practitioner. Keats Pub (November, 1988)
  15. Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Medicine for Physicians. Keats Pub., New Canaan, CT, 1989.
  16. Hoffer A. Vitamin B3: Niacin : Update. Keats Pub; Revised edition (April 1, 1990)
  17. Hoffer A & Walker M: Smart Nutrients - A Guide to Nutrients That Can Prevent and Reverse Senility. Avery Publishing Group, Garden City Park, NY, 1994. Updated Version: Smart Nutrients: Prevent and Treat Alzheimer's, Enhance Brain Function
  18. Hoffer A. Hoffer's Laws of Natural Nutrition: A Guide to Eating Well for Pure Health. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON, 1996.
  19. Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 and Schizophrenia. Discovery, Recovery, Controversy. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON 1999. (Read book review)
  20. Hoffer A. Common Questions on Schizophrenia and Their Answers. Keats Pub, New Canaan, CT, 1988. Reprinted Quarry Press, Kingston, ON 1999
  21. Hoffer A, Walker M: Putting It All Together: The New Orthomolecular Nutrition. Keats Publishing Inc. New Canaan, Conn, 1996. Also: McGraw-Hill; 1998.
  22. Hoffer A. Hoffer's A.B.C. of Natural Nutrition for Children. Quarry Press. Kingston, ON 1999. (Read book review)
  23. Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Treatment for Schizophrenia. Keats, Lincolnwood, Ill 60646; 1999 (Read book review)
  24. Hoffer A. Vitamin C and Cancer: Discovery, Recovery, Controversy. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON 2000 (Read book review)
  25. Hoffer A. Smart Nutrients (Dr. Morton Walker Health Book). Avery (May 1, 2000)
  26. Hoffer A, Walker M: Smart Nutrients: Prevent and Treat Alzheimer's, Enhance Brain Function. Vital Health Publishing; 2nd Rev edition (April 19, 2002)
  27. Hoffer A. Healing Schizophrenia. Complementary Vitamin & Drug Treatments. CCNM Press (July 1, 2004)
  28. Hoffer A. Healing Children's Attention & Behavior Disorders: Complementary Nutritional & Psychological Treatments. CCNM Press (July 1, 2004)
  29. Hoffer A. Pauling Dr. Linus: Healing Cancer: Complementary Vitamin & Drug Treatments. CCNM Press (July 1, 2004)
  30. Hoffer A, Challem J: User's Guide to Natural therapies for Cancer Prevention & Control: Learn How Diet and Supplements Can Help Prevent and Treat Cancer. Basic Health Publications (October, 2004)
  31. Hoffer A. Adventures in Psychiatry: The Scientific Memoirs of Dr. Abram Hoffer. Caledon, Ontario: KOS Publishing, 2005.
  32. Hoffer A, Prousky J. Naturopathic Nutrition: A Guide to Nutrient-rich Food & Nutritional Supplements for Optimum Health. CCNM Press, 2006.
  33. Hoffer A, Foster HD. Feel Better, Live Longer With Vitamin B-3: Nutrient Deficiency and Dependency. CCNM Press, 2007.
  34. Hoffer A, Saul AW. Orthomolecular Medicine for Everyone. Basic Health Publications, 2008.
  35. Hoffer A, Saul AW. The Vitamin Cure for Alcoholism. Basic Health Publications, 2008.
  36. Hoffer A. Psychiatry Yesterday (1950) and Today (2007): From Despair to Hope with Orthomolecular Psychiatry. Trafford, 2009. ISBN-10: 1425155839; ISBN-13: 978-1425155834.

Unpublished titles:
Hoffer A. Beautiful Minds: Living With Schizophrenia.
Hoffer A. Get Well, Stay Well.
Hoffer A. Masks of Madness: Orthomolecular Treatment of Mental Illness.

Papers and Articles Published:
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Paper to Dementia Praecox Committee, Scottish Rites Masons, New York. Given at the Canada Room, The Waldorf Astoria, New York, 1952. (“This was our first report on the adrenochrome hypothesis.”) (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A, Osmond H & Smythies J: Schizophrenia: a new approach. II. Results of a year's research. J Ment Science 100:29-45, 1954. (No known electronic link)
Clancy J, Hoffer A, Lucy J, Osmond H, Smythies J & Stefaniak B: Design and planning in psychiatric research as illustrated by the Weyburn Chronic Nucleotide Project. Bull Men Clinic, 18:147-153, 1954. (No known electronic link)
Altschul R, Hoffer A & Stephen JD: Influence of nicotinic acid on serum cholesterol in man. Arch Biochem Biophys 54:558-559, 1955. (No known electronic link)
Szatmari A, Hoffer A & Schneider R: The effect of adrenochrome and niacin on the electroencephalogram of epileptics. Am J Psychiat 3:603-616, 1955. (No known electronic link)
Agnew N & Hoffer A. Nicotinic acid modified lysergic acid diethylamide psychosis. J Ment Science 101:12-27, 1955. (Abstract available Here)
Hoffer A. Effect of niacin and nicotinamide on leukocytes and some urinary constituents. Can Med Assoc J 74:448-451, 1955. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A, Osmond H, Callbeck MJ & Kahan I: Treatment of schizophrenia with nicotinic acid and nicotinamide. J Clin Exper Psychopathol 18:131-158, 1957. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Callbeck MJ: The hypocholesterolemic effect of nicotinic acid and its relationship to the autonomic nervous system. J Ment Science 103:810-820, 1957. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The relationship of nicotinic acid to thyroid function. Can Med Assoc J 77:965 only, 1957. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Adrenochrome and adrenolutin and their relationship to mental disease. Psychotropic Drugs. Eds. Garattini S & Ghetti V. Elsevier Press, London, 10-20, 1957. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Adrenochrome and blood plasma. Amer J Psychiatry 114:752-753, 1958. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Relation of epinephrine metabolites to schizophrenia. In: Chemical Concepts of Psychiatry. Eds: Rinkel M & Denber HGB. McDowell-Obolensky Inc., New York, 1958. (No known electronic link)
Altschul R & Hoffer A. Effects of salts of nicotinic acid on serum cholesterol. Brit Med J 2:713-714, 1958. (No known electronic link)
Altschul R & Hoffer A. The effect of nicotinic acid upon serum cholesterol and upon basal metabolic rate of young normal adults. Arch Biochem Biophysics 73:420- 424, 1958. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. The adrenochrome model and schizophrenia. J Nerv Mental Dis 128:18-35, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Osmond H & Hoffer A. Schizophrenia: A new approach III. J Ment Science 105:653-673, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Callbeck MJ: Effect of nicotinic acid on liver function and leukocytes. Can Med Assoc J 80:736-737, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A, O'Reilly PO & Callbeck MJ: Specificity of the hypocholesterolemic activity of nicotinic acid. Dis Nerv Syst 20:286-288, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Osmond H & Hoffer A. On critics and research. Psychosomatic Med 21:311-320, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Treatment of arthritis by nicotinic acid and nicotinamide. Can Med Assoc J 81:235-238, 1959. (No known electronic link)
O'Reilly PO, Callbeck MJ & Hoffer A. Sustained-release nicotinic acid (Nicospan). Effect on (1) cholesterol levels and (2) leukocytes. Can Med Assoc J 80:359-362, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. The Chemical Basis of Clinical Psychiatry. C. C. Thomas, Springfield, IL, 1960. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Alcoholism and the researcher. AA Grapevine 1960. (No known electronic link)
Altschul R & Hoffer A. Letter to Editor Re: Nicotinic acid on hypercholesterolemia. Can Med Assoc J 83:36-37, 1960. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Concerning an etiological factor in alcoholism. The possible role of adrenochrome metabolism. Quart J Stud Alcohol 20:750-756, 1959. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The adrenochrome hypothesis of schizophrenia. Paper read to Proc Sixth Ann Psychiatric Institute, Princeton, Sept 1958. Pub in Proceedings, 36-53. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Adrenaline metabolites and schizophrenia. Dis Nerv Syst 21, Monograph Supp, 79-86, 1960. (No known electronic link)
Altschul R & Hoffer A. The effect of nicotinic acid on hypercholesterolemia. Can Med Assoc J 82:783-785, 1960. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The relationship of nicotinic acid to cholesterol metabolism. J Clin Exper Psychopath 22: 165-179, 1961. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. The biochemistry of mental disease. Can Med Assoc J 85:1309-1311, 1961. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Double blind clinical trials. J Neuropath 2:221-227, 1961. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Ascorbic acid and schizophrenia. B.M.J. 1:1342 only, 1962. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The effect of adrenochrome and adrenolutin on the behavior of animals and the psychology of man. Int Rev Neurobiology 4:307-371, 1962. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Niacin Therapy in Psychiatry. C. C. Thomas, Springfield, IL, 1962. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. A card sorting test helpful in establishing prognosis. Am J Psychiatry 118:840-841,1962(No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Some schizophrenic recoveries. Dis Nerv Syst 23:204-210, 1962 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Letter to Editor Re: Double blind clinical trials. J Neuropsychiatry 2:262-263, 1962. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Letter to Editor: Adrenaline and schizophrenia. Lancet 1:643-644, 1962. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor Re: Malnutrition and mental disease. Brit Med Assoc J 1:1342 only, 1962. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Scurvy and schizophrenia. Dis Nerv Syst 24:273-285, 1963. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. A comprehensive theory of schizophrenia. Mind 1:119-121, 1963. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. What's new in psychiatric research. Introduction. Mind. Psychiatry in General Practice, 1:28 only, 1963. (No known electronic link)
Osmond H & Hoffer A. Massive niacin treatment in schizophrenia. Review of a nine-year study. Lancet 1:316-320, 1963. (No known electronic link)
Smith CM, Hoffer A, Dantow MD & McIntyre S: Nicotinic acid in old age. The placebo effect and other factors in the collection of valid data. J Amer Geriat Soc 11:580-585, 1963. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nicotinic acid: an adjunct in the treatment of schizophrenia. Am J Psychiat 120:171-173, 1963. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The adrenochrome theory of schizophrenia. a review. Dis Nerv Syst 25:173-178, 1964. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Single case design and double blind comparison studies for drug evaluation. Mind. Psychiatry in General Practice, 2:119-120, 1964. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Treatment of schizophrenia with nicotinic Acid - a ten year follow-up. Acta Psychiat Scand 40:171-189, 1964. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Treatment of organic psychosis with nicotinic acid (a single case). Dis Nerv Syst 26: 358-360, 1965. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Alcoholism Treatment and Research Center. The Can Forester, LXXXV, August 1965. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Malvaria, schizophrenia and the HOD test. Int J Neuropsychiatry 2:175-177, 1965. (No known electronic link)
Osmond H & Hoffer A. A comprehensive theory of schizophrenia. Int J Neuropsychiatry 2:302-309, 1965. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The effect of nicotinic acid on the frequency and duration of re-hospitalization of schizophrenic patients; A controlled comparison study. Int J Neuropsychiatry 2:234-240, 1966. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. How To Live With Schizophrenia. University Books, New York, NY, 1966. Also published by Johnson, London, 1966. Written by Fannie Kahan. New and Revised Ed. Citadel Press, New York, N.Y. 1992 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Use of nicotinic acid and/or nicotinamide in high doses to treat schizophrenia. Can J Psychiatric Nursing 76:5-6, 1966. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Enzymology of Hallucinogens. In, Enzymes in Mental Health, J.B. Lippincott, 43-55, 1966. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. New Hope For Alcoholics, University Books, New York, 1966. Written by Fannie Kahan. (No known electronic link) Excerpt
Hoffer A. Biochemistry of nicotinic acid and nicotinamide. Psychosomatics 8:95-100, 1967. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. J Psychopharm 1:79-95, 1967. (No known electronic link) (No known electronic link)
Kelm H, Hoffer A & Hall RW: Reliability of the Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic test. J Clin Psychology 23:380-382, 1967. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. A theoretical examination of double-blind design. Can Med Assoc J 97:123-127, 1967. (No known electronic link)
Kelm H, Hoffer A & Osmond H. Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic Manual. Saskatoon, 1967. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Treatment of schizophrenia with a therapeutic program based upon nicotinic acid as the main variable. Molecular Basis of Some Aspects of Mental Activity, Vol II. Ed. O Walaas, Academic Press, New York, 1967. (No known electronic link)
Kelm H, Callbeck MJ & Hoffer A. A short form of the Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic test. Int J Neuropsychiatry 3:489-490, 1967. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide in the treatment of chronic schizophrenic patients. British J Psychiatry 114:915-917, 1968. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & MacLean JR: A brief history of the American Schizophrenia Foundation. Schizophrenia 1:10-12, 1969. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Comparison of xanthine nicotinate and nicotinic acid as treatment for schizophrenia. Schizophrenia 1:24- 37, 1969. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Safety, side effects and relative lack of toxicity of nicotinic acid and nicotinamide. Schizophrenia 1:78-87, 1969. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Adverse effects of niacin in emergent psychosis. J Am Med Ass 207:1355 only, 1969. (Available here)
Hoffer A. Introduction to Mental Health Through Nutrition, by Judge Tom R. Blaine, The Citadel Press, New York, 1969. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Pellagra and schizophrenia. Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, Buenos Aires, Jan. 12-18, 1970. Psychosomatic II, 522-525, 1970. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Living with schizophrenia: An Unusual Case of Schizophrenia in a Man of 56. Schizophrenia 2:80-86, 1970.
Hoffer A. Childhood schizophrenia. a case treated with nicotinic acid and nicotinamide. Schizophrenia 2:43-53,1970.
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Vitamin B-3 and Krebiozen - a polemic. Schizophrenia 2:161-165, 1970.
Hoffer A. Symposium on statistical aspects of protocol design. Discussion. Cancer Clinical Investigation Review Committee, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 224-229, Dec. 9-10, 1970. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. A vitamin B-3 dependent family. Schizophrenia 3:41-46, 1971.
Hoffer A. Megavitamins Can Psychiatric Ass J. 19:124-5, 1971 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. Ascorbic acid and schizophrenia. C.M.C. News 2, May 1971. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. (Rebuttal of attack on Linus Pauling) Nutrition Today 6:34-35, 1971. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 dependent child. Schizophrenia 3:107-113, 1971.
Hoffer A. Ascorbic acid and toxicity. New England J of Med 285:635-636, 1971. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin C and the common cold. Can Med Assoc J 105:901-902, 1971. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Megavitamin B-3 therapy for schizophrenia. Can Psychiatric Ass J 16:499-504, 1971. (No known electronic link)
Masters AB, Hoffer A, Nair NPV, Messer CJ, Zarzadias R & Moraes C: Care of chronic psychotics. Brit Med Ass J 4:489 only, 1971. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Foreword to, Body Mind and the B Vitamins by R Adams & F Murray. Larchmont Books, New York, 1972. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. LSD-induced psychosis and vitamin B-3. Amer J Psychiatry 128:145 only, 1972(No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular treatment of schizophrenia. Orthomolecular Psychiatry 1:46-55, 1972.
Hoffer A. Treatment of hyperkinetic children with nicotinamide and pyridoxine. Can Med Assoc J 107:111-112, 1972. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular treatment for schizophrenia. J Practical Nursing 22:16-19 and 20-22, 1972. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. LSD-induced psychosis and vitamin B-3 Amer J of Psychiatry. 128; 1155 only, 1972 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Senility is a form of chronic malnutrition. Report of a National Conference on The Crisis in Health Care For The Aging, sponsored by the Huxley Institute of Biosocial Research, New York, Mar. 6, 1972. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Clofibrate and nicotinic acid. Can Med Assoc J 107:488-489, 1972. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular treatment for schizophrenia. Medical Counterpart 4:10-20, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Mechanism of action of nicotinic acid and nicotinamide in the treatment of schizophrenia. In, Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Eds. David Hawkins and Linus Pauling. WH Freeman and Co., San Francisco, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Schizophrenia: An Evolutionary Advance. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 2:39, 1973.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular therapy. Psychiatric Opinion 10:6-10, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. An examination of the double-blind method as it has been applied to megavitamin therapy. Orthomolecular Psychiatry 2:107-114, 1973.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular treatment of schizophrenia. Can J Psychiat Nursing 14:11-14, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Adverse effects of niacin in emergent psychosis. J.A.M.A. 207:1355 only, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Learning disability. Can Med Assoc J 109:574 only, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin C and infertility. The Lancet 2:1146 only, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The great vitamin spree - pro and con. BC Med J 15:350 only, 1973. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular psychiatry. BC Med J 16:137-140, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Hallucinogens. Encyclopedia Britannica 15th Ed., 557-560, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Double blind studies. Can Med Assoc J 111:752 only, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Treatment of choice. Saint Johns Edmonton Report, Volume 1, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The megavitamin scene. The Lancet 2:908 only, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Hyperactivity, allergy and megavitamins. Can Med Assoc J 111:905-907, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Senility and chronic malnutrition. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 3:2-19, 1974.
Hoffer A. The orthomolecular controversy. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 3:164-166, 1974.
Hoffer A. History of orthomolecular psychiatry. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 3:223-230, 1974.
Hoffer A. The drug addictions. The Answer 11:2-5 & 38-40, 1974. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Calories, protein, lipids, carbohydrates and the Saccharine Disease. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 3:231-239, 1974.
Hoffer A. Treatment of schizophrenia. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 3:280-290, 1974.
Hoffer A. The relation of crime to nutrition. Humanist in Canada 34:2-9, 1975. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nutrition and schizophrenia. Canadian Family Physician 21:78-82, 1975. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nutrition and Schizophrenia; the debate continues. Canadian Family Physician 21:15-16, 1975. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. A note on folklore and medical discovery. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 4:211 only, 1975.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Medicine: What is it, How does it work. Impact of Science on Society 25:233-244, 1975. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A, Kelm H & Osmond H. The Hoffer-Osmond Diagnostic Test. RE Krieger Pub Co. Huntington, New York, 1975. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The orthomolecular controversy. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:54-67, 1976.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Establishment journal looks at orthomolecular psychiatry. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:78-83, 1976.
Hoffer A. Natural history and treatment of thirteen pairs of identical twins, schizophrenic and schizophrenic-spectrum conditions. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:101-122, 1976.
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Megavitamin Therapy. Can Schiz Foundation, Regina, 1976.
Stone I & Hoffer A. The genesis of medical myths
. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:163-168, 1976.
Hoffer A. Megavitamin therapy for different cases. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:169-182, 1976.
Hoffer A. Children with learning and behavioral disorders. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:228-230, 1976.
Hoffer A & Osmond H. In Reply to The American Psychiatric Association Task Force Report on Megavitamin and Orthomolecular Therapy in Psychiatry. Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation, Regina, Sask., now 16 Florence Ave., Toronto, ON, Canada M2N 1E9, August 1976. Full text posted at
Hoffer A. The double blind method. Can Psych Ass Journal 6:449-450, 1976. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial. The Medical Model and Mileau Therapy. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 5:246-252, 1976.
Hoffer A. Editorials. Does ascorbic acid destroy vitamin B-12? and Crime: the price of chemical tranquility. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 6:2-7, 1977.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular psychiatry in theory and practice. Drug Therapy 79-85, 1977.
Hoffer A. On evidence. Canadian Doctor 43:30 only, 1977. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Evidence and belief. Can Med Assoc J 117:733-734, 1977. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. To the Editor. Tardive dyskinesia treated with manganese. Can Med Assoc J 117:859 only, 1977. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. An Interview. Ex-POW Bull Volume 34, Sept 30-33 and Oct 19-23, 1977. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial. Rules of inquiry. About the APA Task Force on Megavitamin Therapy and Orthomolecular Psychiatry. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 7:82-85, 1978.
Hoffer A. Diagnosing depression. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 7:177-179, 1978.
Hoffer A & Walker M: Orthomolecular Nutrition. Keats Pub, New Canaan, CT, 1978. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Some theoretical principles basic to orthomolecular psychiatric treatment. In: Ecologic-Biochemical Approaches to Treatment of Delinquents and Criminals. Ed. LJ Hippchen. Van Nostrand-Reinhold Co, New York, 31-55, 1978. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. Megavitamins versus tranquilizer therapy. Canadian Family Physician 24:410 only, 1978. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. and Osmond H. Color in our Pills, J Orthomolecular Medicine 8:2, 1979.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular psychiatry. Proc Section World Congress Biol Psychiatry, Barcelona, 1978. Elsevier North Holland Biomedical Press BV Amsterdam 1979. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Obsessions and depression. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 8:78-81, 1979.
Hoffer A. Behavioral nutrition. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 8:169-175, 1979.
Hoffer A. Crime, punishment and treatment. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 8:193-199, 1979.
Hoffer A & Walker M: Nutrients to Age Without Senility. Keats Pub Inc, New Canaan, CT, 1980(No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Newer trends in orthomolecular medicine. Newsletter, Northwest Academy Preventive Med 7 pages 3 and 6, 1980. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Osmond H. Schizophrenia. another long term follow-up in Canada. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 9:107-113, 1980.
Hoffer A. To the Editor. Crime and delinquency. A reply to H Wagemaker, Biol Psychiatry 15:171-172, 1980. Biological Psychiatry 26:249-250, 1980. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Mega amino acid therapy. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 9:2-5, 1980.
Hoffer A. Allergy, depression and tricyclic anti-depressants. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 9:164-170, 1980.
Hoffer A. Megavitamins Biol Psychiatry 15:821-2, 1980 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to the Editor, re critique of Leonard Hippchen's book, Ecologic-Biochemical Approaches to Treatment of Delinquents and Criminals, by T. J. Gaensbauer. Crime and Delinquency 26:249-250, 1980. (No known electronic link)
Osmond H & Hoffer A. Naturally occurring endogenous major and minor tranquilizers. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 9:198-206, 1980.
Hoffer A. Megavitamin Therapy. In: The Psychotherapy Handbook. 370-374, Ed.R Herink. New American Library, New York, 1980. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The Adrenochrome Hypothesis of Schizophrenia Revisited. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 10:98-118, 1981.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Mercury-Silver Amalgams. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 11:2 only, 1982.
Hoffer A. Why nicotinic acid lowers lipid levels. Can Med Assoc J 128:372 only, 1983. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nutrition and cancer. Anabolism, J Preventive Med 2:5-7, 1983. Ed. R Powell, La Jolla, CA. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nutrition and behavior. In, Medical Applications of Clinical Nutrition. Ed. J Bland. Keats Pub, New Canaan CT, 222-251, 1983. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Latent Huntington's disease - response to orthomolecular treatment. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 12:44-47, 1983.
Hoffer A. Update: (a) treatment of multiple sclerosis with hyperbaric oxygen. (b) Niacin hepatitis. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 12:89-90, 1983. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular nutrition at the zoo. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 12:116-128, 1983. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial. Criticism. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 12:252-259, 1983.
Hoffer A. Oxidation-reduction in the brain. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 12:292-301, 1983.
Hoffer A. Comments on prevention. Canada's Mental Health 32:23 only, 1984. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Megavitamin therapy. Times Colonist, Victoria, BC, March 29, 1984. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nutritional ignorance. B.C. Med J 26:345 only, 1984. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. Health Food Retailing, Australia, September 1984, page 25 only. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular treatment of schizophrenia. Society for Environmental Therapy 4:3-6, 1984. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Treating schizophrenia. Australasian Health and Healing 4:7-14, 1984. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Gastric bypass surgery and nutrient deficiency. Can Med Assoc J 131:1019 only, 1984(No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial. The Controversial Vitamins. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 13:2-5, 1984.
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 (Niacin). Keats Pub, New Canaan CT, 1984. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial. The tomato effect. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 13:142-143, 1984.
Hoffer A. Editorial. On pain, developmental defects, and vitamin safety. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 14:2-4, 1985.
Hoffer A. Foreword to Living With Schizophrenia. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 14:39-41, 1985.
Hoffer A. Editorial. A basic flaw in modern medical research. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 14:82-84, 1985.
Hoffer A. Thyroid and cancer. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 14:85-87, 1985.
Hoffer A. Huntington's disease: a follow-up. J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 13:42-44, 1984.
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. Nutrition Today, About Niacin 20:36 only, 1985. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Dopamine, noradrenalin and adrenalin metabolism to methylated or chrome indole derivatives: two pathways or one? J Orthomolecular Psychiatry 14:262-272, 1985.
Hoffer A. Ascorbic acid and kidney stones. Can Med Assoc J 132:320 only, 1985. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Children's Multiple Vitamin overuse lead to overdose CMAJ 133:13 only, 1985 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3. Can Med Assoc J 135:1250 only, 1986. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin Therapy For Hyperactivity and Schizophrenia. a family's struggle. J Orthomolecular Medicine 1:57-62, 1986.
Hoffer A. Editorial. The New Debate in Nutrition. J Orthomolecular Medicine 1:72 only, 1986.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Nutrition in Institutions Controlled by Physicians. J Orthomolecular Medicine 1:216-218, 1986.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Seminar on Orthomolecular Medicine. Ben Gurion University Medical Center, May 21, 1987. J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:2 only, 1987.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Why Flog a Dead Horse?  J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:74 only, 1987.
Hoffer A. Editorials: 'Schizophrenia and Suicide' and 'Let's Help the FDA'. J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:144-145, 1987.
Hoffer A. Is There a Conspiracy? J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:158-165, 1987.
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 CMAJ 137:12 only, 1987 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Linus Pauling Honors the Canadian Schizophrenia Foundation. J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:183-184, 1987.
Hoffer A. How to Study a Controversial Area in Medicine. J Orthomolecular Medicine 3:207-210, 1987.
Hoffer A. Further Report on a Schizophrenic Patient who had Hyperasparaginemia J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:213-216, 1987.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Winds of Change. J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:221-222, 1987. Editorial.
Hoffer A. Control of Huntington's Disease by Orthomolecular Treatment. J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:229 only, 1987.
Hoffer A. Editorial. How Can Anything So Simple Help Something So Complicated? J Orthomolecular Medicine 3:2 only, 1988.
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. Fluoridation: why is it not more widely adopted? Can Med Assoc J 138:11 only, 1988. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Common Questions on Schizophrenia and Their Answers. Keats Pub, New Canaan, CT, 1988. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Can alternative and conventional treatments of cancer co-exist? Health Sciences Program, University Extension and Community Relations, University of Victoria, Feb 8, 1989. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. In Memoriam: Carl C. Pfeiffer, B.A., Ph.D., M.D. 1908-1988 and Here.  J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:3-5, 1989.
Hoffer A. The Discovery of Vitamin C: Albert Szent-Gyorgi, M.D. Ph.D. 1893-1986. J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:24-26, 1989.
Hoffer A. Editorial. This is What They Said about Medical Mavericks. J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:54-57, 1989.
Hoffer A. The Bristol Regimen for Cancer Treatment CMAJ 144:411-412, 1989 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The Fluoride Controversy - The First Forty Years. J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:119-122, 1989.
Hoffer A. Preface. In The Best of Health. The 101 Best Books. Sheldon Zerden, Four Walls Eight Windows, New York, xi- xii, 1989 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial. An Historical Note. J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:183-184, 1989.
Hoffer A. Niacin, Coronary Disease and Longevity. J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:211-220, 1989.
Hoffer A. Letter to Editor. Dr. Reading under fire in Australia. J Orthomolecular Medicine 4:234-235, 1989. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin and mineral supplements increase intelligence. Nutrition Health Review, Fall 1989
Hoffer, A. Editorial. Psychiatry J Orthomolecular Medicine 2:59, 1990
Hoffer A. Editorial. Adrenochrome Hypothesis Revisited. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:3 only, 1990.
Hoffer A & Osmond H. The Adrenochrome Hypothesis and Psychiatry. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:32-45, 1990.
Hoffer A. Cancer and Vitamin C. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:123 only, 1990.
Hoffer A, Walker, M: Senility is not inevitable – history proves otherwise – notable historic figures accomplished great things at advanced ages. Nutrition Health Review, Winter 1990
Hoffer A & Pauling L.  Hardin Jones biostatistical analysis of mortality data for cohorts of cancer patients with a large fraction surviving at the termination of the study and a comparison of survival times of cancer patients receiving large regular oral doses of vitamin C and other nutrients with similar patients not receiving those doses. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:143-154, 1990. Reprinted in, Cancer and Vitamin C, E Cameron and L Pauling, Camino Books, Inc. P.O. Box 59026, Phil. PA, 19102, 1993.
Hoffer A. & Pauling L. Oral Citrus Seed Extract in Atopic Eczema: In Vitro and In Vivo Studies on Intestinal Microflora. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:155, 1990.
Hoffer A. Editorial. More on fluoride, on mercury and teeth, and on Alaska Bill #146. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:187-188, 1990.
Hoffer A. The prevention of tardive dyskinesia (tranquilizer induced illness). Open Forum for Health Information of New Zealand, Aug-Sept 1990, 17-20. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 (Niacin) Update. New Roles For a Key Nutrient in Diabetes, Cancer, Heart Disease and Other Major Health Problems. Keats Pubs., Inc., New Canaan, CT, 1990. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter to editor. Megavitamin and megamineral therapy in childhood. Reply to Appeltauer LC. Can Med Assoc J 145:105 only, 1991. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Megavitamin and megamineral therapy in childhood. Can Med Assoc J 144:845-846, 1991. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorials. Linus Pauling's 90th birthday. (and) National Cancer Institute and vitamin C. (and) In Memoriam: William Beebe, M.D. J Orthomolecular Medicine 6:3-4, 1991.
Hoffer A. Megavitamin and megamineral therapy in childhood. Can Med Assoc J, 144:845-846, 1991. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Does decreasing cholesterol levels increase the death rate from accidents, homicides and suicide? J Orthomolecular Medicine 6:44-45, 1991.
Hoffer A. Editorial. Freedom of Choice Wins More Freedom. J Orthomolecular Medicine 6:55-56, 1991.
Hoffer A. Report of the Pharmaceutical Inquiry of Ontario on Alternative Therapies. J Orthomolecular Medicine 6:104-109, 1991.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Medicine. In: Molecules In Natural Science and Medicine, An Encomium for Linus Pauling. Ed ZB Maksic & M Eckert-Maksic, Ellis Horwood Ltd, Chichester, West Sussex, England, 1991. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Double standard in the control of drugs and nutrients. Healthy Options, 11-13, April/May, New Zealand, 1991. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Niacin Reaction. J of Family Practice, 34: 677 only, 1992. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Protection against ultraviolet radiation. Can Med Ass J, 147:839-840, 1992(No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Re: Antioxidant vitamins. British Columbia Medical Association Journal, 35:148 only, 1993. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Isoniazid and pyridoxine. Can Med Assoc J, 149:1232 only, 1993. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Pauling L: Hardin Jones Biostatistical Analysis of Mortality Data for Cohorts of Cancer Patients with a Large Fraction Surviving at the Termination of the Study and a Comparison of Survival Times of Cancer Patients Receiving Large Regular Oral Doses of Vitamin C and Other Nutrients with Similar Patients not Receiving those Doses. J Orthomolecular Medicine 5:143-154, 1990. Reprinted in Cancer and Vitamin C, E. Cameron and L. Pauling, Camino Books, Inc. P.O. Box 59026, Phil. PA 19102, 1993.
Hoffer A. The True Cost of Cynicism. Why Vitamin E was Ignored as Heart Therapy for 40 Years. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 7, No. 4, 1992
Hoffer A. Editorial: The Politics of Medical Research; Alternative Medicine Liberated in a Second State. J of Orthomolecular Medicine, 8:3-5, 1993.
Hoffer A. A case of Alzheimer's treated with nutrients and aspirin. J of Orthomolecular Medicine 8:43-44, 1993.
Letter. Hoffer A. Bill W. Cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous and Vitamin B-3. J of Orthomolecular Medicine 8:57-58, 1993.
Hoffer A. Misconduct in High Places; Freedom to Practice Complementary Medicine Gaining Momentum. J of Orthomolecular Medicine, 8:67-68, 1993.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular medicine advances into the mainstream. J of Orthomolecular Medicine, 8:99-103, 1993.
Hoffer A. Editorial Lysine, Ascorbic Acid and Angina Pectoris; The Discovery of Heparin. J of Orthomolecular Medicine, 8:131, 1993.
Hoffer A & Pauling L: Hardin Jones biostatistical analysis of mortality data for a second set of cohorts of cancer patients with a large fraction surviving at the termination of the study and a comparison of survival times of cancer patients receiving large regular oral doses of vitamin C and other nutrients with similar patients not receiving these doses. J of Orthomolecular Medicine, 8:157-167, 1993.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Oncology. In, Adjuvant Nutrition in Cancer Treatment, Ed. P Quillin & RM Williams. 1992 Symposium Proceedings, Sponsored by Cancer Treatment Research Foundation and American College of Nutrition. Cancer Treatment Research Foundation, 3455 Salt Creek Lane, Suite 200, Arlington Heights, IL 60005-1090, 331-362, 1994. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A & Walker M: Smart Nutrients - A Guide to Nutrients That Can Prevent and Reverse Senility. Avery Publishing Group, Garden City Park, NY, 1994. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Nutritional Relief for Schizophrenia. Health Naturally, 28-29, Dec 1993/Jan 1994. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The Megavitamin Revolution. Health Counselor, 5:8-9, 1994.
Hoffer A. Chronic schizophrenic patients treated ten years or more. J. Orthomolecular Medicine, 9:7-37, 1994.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Oncology and Survival. 2nd International Symposium, Adjuvant Nutrition in Cancer Treatment, San Diego, Mar 17-19, 1994. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 and Schizophrenia. Discovery, Recovery, Controversy. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON, 1995. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A : Vitamin C and Cancer: Discovery, Recovery, Controversy. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON, 1995. (No known electronic link) Review
Hoffer A: The Discovery of Kryptopyrrole and its Importance in Diagnosis of Biochemical Imbalances in Schizophrenia and in Criminal Behavior. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, Volume 10, First Quarter, 1995, p 3.
Hoffer A. A dedication to Linus Pauling. The Health Guardian. Health Guard Distributing Corporation, Burnaby, BC, 1:2 only, 1995. (No known electronic link).
Hoffer A. Nutrition Therapy for Cancer Patients. 3rd International Symposium, Adjuvant Nutrition in Cancer Treatment. Tampa, Florida, Sept 28-30, 1995 (No known electronic link).
Hoffer A. Editorial: Double blind studies often the bane of health advancement; (and) Report on disciplinary proceeding: the State of New York against Warren Levin, M.D. J of Orthomolecular Medicine, 9:195-198, 1994.
Hoffer A. Another anecdote of schizophrenia. Psychological activity of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) J. Orthomolecular Medicine 10:68-69, 1995.
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3: Niacin and its amide. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No. 147, Oct 1995, 30-39.
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Treatment of Cancer. In, Nutrients in Cancer Prevention and Treatment. Ed. Prasad KN, Santamaria L & Williams RM. Pages 373-391, 1995, Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey.
Hoffer A. Treatment of Schizophrenia. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No. 144, July 1995, 52-57. (No known electronic link).
Hoffer A: Editorial – The Megavitamin Revolution. Journal Of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 7, No. 1, 1995
Hoffer A. Schizophrenia. An Evolutionary Defense Against Severe Stress. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No. 151/152, Feb/March 1996. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Inside Schizophrenia: Before and After Treatment, J Orthomolecular Medicine 11:45, 1996
Hoffer A. Hoffer's Law of Natural Nutrition. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON, 1996. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The Vitamin Paradigm Wars. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No. 155, 56-60, 1996.
Hoffer A. Using Vitamins and Nutrition to Help Schizophrenics. An Orthomolecular Alternative. Schizophrenia Digest, 3:13-15, 1996. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Epidermolysis Bullosa. A Zinc Dependent Condition? Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No.161, Dec 1996, 62-63. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A; One Patient’s Recovery from Lymphoma Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No.160, 50-51, 1996.
Hoffer A. Interview by Dr. J. Wright. In Let's Live 64, 31-33, 1996. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Schizophrenia. Interviewed by Linda Lazarides, Nutritional Therapy Today 6:6-8, 1996, with an addendum in a letter. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. How To Live Longer and Feel Better - Even With Cancer. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine 11:147-167, 1996.
Hoffer A. Editorial: The Future of Psychiatry. Vol. 11, No. 1, 1996
Hoffer A. Huntington's Disease. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No.163/164, 46-51, 1997. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Arthritis. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. December, No. 173 104 to 106, 1997 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Lupus Erythematosis. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, No. 171, 74 to 75, 1997. Reprinted same journal No. 93/194, page 22-23, 1999 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. An anecdote describing the treatment of one case of schizophrenia. No. 168, page 76-79, 1997 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Interview by Peter Barry Chowka On Orthomolecular Medicine, 1997
Cover Story Amer J Natural Med June Gaining Control of Schizophrenia 5:21-25, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Editorial July/August (1998?) Amer J Natural Med. Treatment of Children with Learning and/or Behavioral Disorders (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. The niacin story: The first orthomolecular compound Amer J Natural Med, 5, 10-3, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Treating Children with Learning and/or Behavior Disorders. Amer J of Natural Med Editorial 5; 7-9, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Psychiatry. The Whole Mind, Ed L. Bassman, New World Library, 14 Pamaron Way. Novato, Cal. 94949, Pages 423-432, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Stress Busters. Great Life 1; 28-31, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Treatment of Schizophrenia. Complementary Medicine. Official Journal of the South African Complementary Medicine Association. 4, 9-14, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Unproven cancer therapies 31, 160 only, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Psychiatry in Theory and Practice. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients No. 174, 107-111, 1998. (Morton Walker wrote an editorial to commemorate my 80th birthday on page 107.) (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Alzheimer's - An Anecdote (letter) Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, No.179, 107-109, 1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Orthomolecular Treatment for Schizophrenia. Natural Med J, 2, 12-13, 1999 (No known electronic link)
Orthomolecular Medicine, An interview with Abram Hoffer, Latitudes 3:6-10,1998 (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Aging Without Senility . Reprint from Smart Nutrients Alive, No. 204, 16-17, 1999
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 and Schizophrenia. Discovery, Recovery, Controversy. Quarry Press, Kingston, ON, 1999. (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. Letter in Nutrition and Healing Newsletter, by Jonathan V Wright, March 2000, page 8. On Multiple sclerosis, niacin and histamine (No known electronic link)
Hoffer A. How OrthoMolecular Medicine Can Help. Finding Care for Depression, December 2000
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 and Schizophrenia. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients; 4/1/2001
Hoffer A. Vitamin B-3 Does Not Cure Tranquilizer Psychoses. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, April 2001
Hoffer A. Selenium and AIDS – Book Corners. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, November 2001
Hoffer A. Editorial: "Toxic" Vitamins. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, Vol. 18, Third and Fourth Quarters, 2003 from their Special Issue on The Safety and Efficacy of Vitamins.
Hoffer A. Comments on Comments on "Mega-Dose Vitamins and Minerals in the Treatment of Nonmetastatic Breast... Integr Cancer Ther .2003; 2: 155-157.
Hoffer A. Schizophrenia and cancer: the adrenochrome balanced morphism, Medical Hypotheses, Volume 62, Issue 3, March 2004, Pages 415-419
Hoffer A. Lies, damn lies and statistics: the statistics game. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, October 2004
Hoffer A, Foster, HD: Schizophrenia and cancer: the adrenochrome balanced morphism, Med Hypotheses. 2004;62(3):415-9
Hoffer A, Foster, HD: The two faces of L-DOPA. Benefits and adverse side effects in the treatment of Encephalitis lethargica, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Med Hypotheses. 2004;62(2):177-81
Hoffer A. Niacin, Coronary disease and Longevity
Hoffer A. Integrative, Complementary Treatment Options for Cancer with Orthomolecular Medicine
Hoffer A. The Schizophrenias
Hoffer A: Clinical Procedures in Treating Terminally Ill Cancer Patients with Vitamin C. Supportive Vitamin C Therapy for Cancer Patients
Hoffer A. High Doses of Antioxidants Including Vitamin C Do Not Decrease the Efficacy of Chemotherapy. Reprinted with permission of the author and the Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients.
Hoffer A. The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine and its Development 1967-1996. The Journal of Orthomolecular ("Megavitamin") Medicine
Hoffer A. Megavitamin Therapy for Psychosis. Psychosis Cured with Vitamin Therapy: Nutrition Protocols and Case Histories of Dr. A. Hoffer
Hoffer A. Clinical Procedures in Treating Terminally Ill Cancer Patients with Vitamin C. Supportive Vitamin C Therapy for Cancer Patients.
Hoffer A. FACTS AND FACTOIDS: An Information Sheet for Patients. Getting to the Facts.
Hoffer A. Review of the Doctor Yourself Newsletter by Andrew Saul
Hoffer A. An Introduction to Placebo Medicine. From the book DOCTOR YOURSELF by Andrew Saul.
Hoffer A. An Introduction to 20 Ways To Make Nutritional Progress Against Diabetes by Andrew Saul
Hoffer A. An Introduction to A Protocol for Alcohol by Andrew Saul
Hoffer A. An Introduction to Bad Behavior and Illness are caused by Biochemical Imbalances by Ronald C. Dishinger
Hoffer A. About Abram Hoffer
Hoffer A. Some of the Best Books Ever on Megavitamin Therapy and Clinical Nutrition. A Listing of Book Reviews