Max Schneider

					                               Max A. Schneider, M.D., CADC, FASAM
                                       3311 E. Kirkwood Ave.
                                      Orange, CA 92869-5211
                                       Phone: (714) 639-0062
                                        Fax: (714) 639-0987
                                       E-mail: masmdinc@aol.com

                                        CURRICULUM VITAE


Birthplace: Buffalo, New York

CURRENT EMPLOYMENT:

Max A. Schneider, M.D., Inc.
  President

Chapman Medical Center, Positive Achievement Center (Substance Abuse Treatment)
  Director of Education

Clinical Professor, University of California Irvine College of Medicine
   (Pro Bono)

EDUCATION:

University of Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), 1939-42 (Dual Major:
   Psychology and Biology)

U.S. Army Air Corps – Active Duty 2/42-10/45

University of Buffalo, School of Medicine, 1945-1949: Graduated with degree
   of Doctor of Medicine

POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION:

Internship: (Medicine) Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, New York
            July 1, 1949 - June 30, 1950

Residency: (Internal Medicine) Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo, New York.
           July 1, 1950 - June 30, 1952 (2 years).

Fellowship: Harvard Medical School Fellow / Assistant in Medicine
            Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Mass.
            (Gastroenterology) July 1, 1952 - June 30, 1953.

Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners - 1950




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ADDITIONAL CREDENTIALING IN CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY:

1969   Utah School of Alcoholism
1970   Georgian Mental Health Institute
1980   Certified Alcoholism Counselor by the California Association of
       Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors
1983   Certified by the California Society for the Treatment of Alcoholism &
       Other Drugs of Abuse (now: California Society of Addiction Medicine)
1985   Fellow, American College of Addiction Treatment Administrators
1986   Certified by the American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other
       Drug Dependencies (American Society of Addiction Medicine)
1988   Certified Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselor by the California
       Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors
1996   Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor by the International Certification
       Reciprocity Consortium Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse, Inc.
1996   Certified by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council as a Medical Review Officer.
1999   Recertified by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council as a Medical Review Officer
2005   P.O.S.T. Cavanaugh DUI Course
2009   Diplomate, American Board of Addiction Medicine

MEDICAL PRACTICE:

Internal Medicine / Addiction Medicine:

       Locum Tenens - Chatauqua, New York, July & August, 1953.
       On Staff of Jamestown General and WCA Hospitals.

       Buffalo, New York, September 1953 - January 31, 1964.
       On staffs of Buffalo General, Deaconess, Kenmore Mercy and Childrens Hospitals.

       Orange County, California, March 1, 1964 - retired from private practice January1981.
       Hospital staffs, 1964-81: Anaheim General, Anaheim Memorial, West Anaheim Community,
       Martin Luther, Garden Park, St. Jude, Canyon General, St. Joseph, Chapman General, Beverly
       Manor, Care Manor, Santa Ana Tustin Community, Tustin Community, Santa Ana Psychiatric,
       UCI Medical Center, Western Medical Center (Santa Ana).
       Childrens Hospital of Orange County 1965 - 1996 - Life Honorary 1997
       St. Joseph Hospital 1966-97 (Orange) - Life Honorary 1997
       Present Hospital Staff Memberships: Chapman Medical Center, UCI Medical Center.

LICENSURE:

New York State: 1950 - #70591
California: 1964 - #G7851

MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:

1952 - 1953           Harvard Medical School (Fellow)
1953 - 1964           University of Buffalo School of Medicine, Clinical Instructor
                      in Medicine
1967 - 1988           California College of Medicine, University of California
                      at Irvine, Clinical Instructor in Medicine

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1983 - 1989           California College of Medicine, University of California
                      at Irvine, Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry and Human Behavior
1989 - 1997           California College of Medicine, University of California
                      at Irvine, Clinical Associate Professor, Psychiatry/Human Behavior
1997 – 2007           California College of Medicine, University of California
                      at Irvine, Clinical Professor, Psychiatry/Human Behavior
2007 - Present        California College of Medicine, University of California
                      at Irvine, Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine (Addiction Medicine)

INDUSTRIAL AFFILIATIONS:

1953-1964
Medical Director: General Electric Company, Buffalo, New York; Goodwill Industries, Buffalo, New
York; Keystone Plating Corporation, Buffalo, New York.
1965-1980
Consultant in Medicine, North American Rockwell (Autonetics)

EXPERT WITNESS EXPERIENCE 1988 - present:

Qualified as Addiction Medicine Expert Witness in over 300 Superior Court cases in matters vis a vis
substance use.
        Civil cases - accidents, liability, malpractice, etc.
        Criminal cases - assault, murder, etc.
        Extensive work with O.C. Public Defenders and Cal-Trans attorneys.

APPOINTMENTS:

Buffalo, New York Auxiliary Fire Department Physician 1951-1964
Medical Director, Beverly Manor Hospital: 1970-1976.
Medical Director, Care Manor Hospital: July - October 1976.
Family Recovery Services, St. Joseph Hospital, Orange, CA
        1977-82 - Associate Director
        1982-84 - Administrative Director
        1984-89 - Education Consultant
        1989-1997 - Medical Director
Alcoholism Advisory Board (Board of Supervisors, Orange, CA)
        1975-77.
Alex Morgan Recovery Center, Advisory Committee: 1987-1989.
Advisory Committee, The Other Bar (Diversion Program for Attorneys)
        1987- 1998.
National Association on Sexual Addiction/Compulsion
        Member, Board of Directors, 1989
        Advisory Board, California Chapter, 1992 - 1994.
U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Drug Abuse Advisory Committee
        Member 1993-96
        Chair 1996-1997
        Consultant 1997-2002
American Council for Drug Addiction, Scientific Advisory Board 1993-2000.
California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors, Designated a “Fellow,”1993
Professional Counselor Magazine (Health Communications, Inc.), 1995-2000.
American Society of Addiction Medicine: Chair, Ruth Fox Memorial Endowment Fund, 1995 - present
Diversion Evaluation Committees
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       • Medical Board of California 1981-1989
       • Podiatry Board of California 1997 - 1999
Physician Well-Being Committees
       • Orange County Medical Association - Chairman 1996 - present
       • St. Joseph Hospital/Childrens Hospital of Orange County (Chair 1987 - 1999) - present
       • UCI Medical Center - Consultant 1996- 2007
       • Chapman Medical Center -1999 - present.
       • California Medical Association Seminar Faculty 1991 - 2008.
Chapman Medical Center, Director of Education, Positive Achievement Center 1997 - present.
National Council on Alcoholism & Other Drug Dependence:
       Board Member: 1983-2001, 2006-2009
       Chairman of the Board: 1998 - 2000
National Council on Alcoholism & Other Drug Dependence/Orange County:
       Board Member: 1965 - 2009.
       Chairman of the Board 1981 - 1983.
       Treasurer 1986 - 1989.
Brookside Institute, Medical Consultant, 2005 – 2009.

EDITORIAL BOARDS:

Journal of Addictive Diseases, Editorial Board: 1991-present.
Primary Care Reports/American Health Consultants: 1995 - 1996.
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Peer Review, 1989-92.
DATA - Johnson Institute, Editorial Board: 1980-1985.

ASSOCIATIONS:

American Academy of Addictionology, Board of Directors
      1985-1993.
American Association of Physicians for Human Rights (Co-founder)
      1978-present (now: American LAMBDA Medical Association)
American College of Addiction Treatment Administrators (ACATA)
      Member 1984-2001
      Fellow 1985
      Life Member 2002
American Industrial Medical Association, 1956-1976.
American Medical Association, 1953 - present.
American Physicians Fellowship for Medicine in Israel 1992 - present
American Philatelic Society, 1970- 2006.
American Society of Addiction Medicine
      1972 - present
      Board of Directors, 1979 - 1995
      Vice President, 1983-1985
      President, 1985-1987
      Immediate Past President, 1987-1989
      Fellow, 1997
American Society of Internal Medicine, California Society of Internal Medicine 1965-1998.
American College of Physicians/American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP/ASIM) 1998- present.
Orange County Society of Internal Medicine
      1965 - 1998 (Disbanded).
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Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA)
        1982 - present.
International Narcotic Enforcement Officersʼ Association, 1985 to present.
California Society of Addiction Medicine
        1973 (Charter Member) - present.
        Executive Council: 1975-1978, 1981-1983, 1985-1989
        President Elect: 1982
        President: 1983 - 1985.
Medical Education and Research Foundation, Board 1987 - present
        . President 1987 - 2002
National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence (National)
        Member, National Board of Directors 1983 – 2001, 2006-2009.
        Member, Medical/Scientific Committee 1983 – present (Co-Chair 1987-2001)
        Secretary 1992 - 1996
        Deputy Chair of the Board of Directors 1996-98
        Board Chair 1998 - 2000
National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence/Orange County, California
        Board Member 1965 - 2009.
        Chairman of the Board 1981-1983.
        Treasurer 1986 - 1989.
New York State Medical Society & Erie County Medical Association
        1953 - 1964.
California Medical Association
        1964 - present
Orange County Medical Association, 1964 – present.
Orange County Gastroenterological Society: 1975 - 1995
Southern California Physicians Council on Drug Dependence: 1977 – 1990 (Disbanded).
Southern California Lambda Medical Association (Southern California Physicians for Human Rights)
        Co-founder 1978 - present
        Treasurer 1978 - 1987
        President 1987-1989
International Council on Alcohol & Addictions: 1980 - present
Foundation for Health Awareness - Member, Board of Directors, 1987
American Association of Eating Disorders Counselors
        Member, Advisory Council: 1987 - 1991.
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association: 1987 - present.
California Womenʼs Commission on Alcohol & Drugs: 1989 - present.
Consortium of Medical Educators in Substance Abuse (CMESA): Member, UCI
        Representative, 1991 – 1995 (Disbanded).
California Institute of Professional Education in Addiction (University of
        California, San Diego): Professional Education Committee, 1993 - 1995.
Probation Community Action Association: Member
Forensic Expert Witness Association, 1998 - present
International Society of Addiction Medicine, 1999 - present (Founding Member)
Orange County Methamphetamine Task Force, Member 2006 – present




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AWARDS:

1953-1964   Awards from: The American Red Cross, Orange County School
            of Alcoholism Prevention, Empire State Rescue and First Aid
            Association, Auxiliary Fire Corps of the City of Buffalo, Buffalo
            Fire Department, Boston Massachusetts Fire Department.
1956        Boy Scouts of America: Silver Beaver Award, Buffalo, NY
1956        Junior Chamber of Commerce, Buffalo, New York:
                     Distinguished Service Award (Gold Key).
1959        Niagara Frontier Chapter of the American Society for Safety Engineers:
            Honorable Mention Safety Award (for being a member of the research
                     team that developed and promoted mouth to mouth resuscitation).
1964        City of Buffalo, New York: Citation for Distinguished Civic Service
1981        City of Anaheim: Citation for Civic Service
1982        County of Orange: Commendation
1984        Southern California Physicians for Human Rights:
                     Community Service Award
1985        National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors
                     (NASADAD): Distinguished Service Award
1985        Psychotherapy Association of Southern California:
                     Distinguished Service Award
1986        Elections Committee of Orange County (ECCO)
                     Distinguished Community Service Award
1987        California Society of Addiction Medicine : Dr. Vernelle Fox Award for
                     Distinguished Service
1987        National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence/Orange County:
                     Bronze Key Award
1987        California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors
                     Hall of Fame
1989        National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers:
                     Nelson J. Bradley Award for Outstanding Service
1990        National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors:
                     Marty Mann Award
1990        Values In Action Award, St. Joseph Health System/St. Joseph Hospital
1990        UCLA: Sidney Cohen Award for Meritorious Contributions in
                     Chemical Dependency
1992 - 93   Listing in book, “Best Doctors in America”
1992        Orange County Cultural Pride: Man of the Year Award
1993        Orange County Human Relations Commission: Award for
                     Outstanding Contribution in the Field of Human Relations
1993        American Society of Addiction Medicine: Annual Distinguished
                     Service Award
1993        California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors: Fellow
1993        National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence:
                     Silver Key Award
1994 - 95   Listing in book, “Best Doctors in America”
1994        University at Buffalo Medical Alumni Association: Lifetime Career
                     Achievement Award
1995        University of California at Irvine: Golden Apple Award for
                     Excellence in Teaching
1995        Orange County Medical Association: Physician of the Year Award

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1996            Pasadena Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence:
                         Distinguished Service Award
1996-97         Listing in book, “Best Doctors in America/Pacific Region”
1997            Listing in book, “International Whoʼs Who of Professionals”
1997            American Society of Addiction Medicine: Fellow
1997            The Merrill Scott Symposium On Alcoholism: John Wallace Life-Time
                         Achievement Award
2000            Whoʼs Who in Medicine
2001            Whoʼs Who in America
2001            21st Century Award for Achievement: International Biographical Centre,
                         Cambridge, England
2001            NCADD (National): Special Award of Recognition
2002            ECCO: Lifetime Achievement Award
2002            National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers: SECAD Annual Award
2002            UC Irvine Department of Family Medicine: Citation for Excellent Teaching
2002            Southern California LAMBDA Medical Association: Citation For
                         Outstanding Contributions to GLB Health
2003            Listing in Marquis Whoʼs Who in America
2003            R. Brinkley Smithers Award (New York City) for Dedication & Service to the
                         Field of Addiction Medicine
2003            Listing in Marquis Whoʼs Who in American Education
2004            Listing in Marquis Whoʼs Who in America
2004            Listing in National Register of Whoʼs Who Executive Edition
2004-05         Listing in Whoʼs Who in International Professionals
2005-06         Listing in Whoʼs Who in the World
2006-07         Listing in Whoʼs Who in Medicine and Healthcare
2006-07         Listing in Whoʼs Who In Science and Engineering
2007            Listing in Book, “Guide to Americaʼs Top Family Doctors”
2008            Listing in book, “Whoʼs Who in America” 63rd Edition
2009            Honored Member, Strathmoreʼs Whoʼs Who Worldwide

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

Mouth to Mouth Resuscitation. 1958

Application of Catapres TTS in Treating Cocaine Withdrawal Complex (Combined Pharmacological and
Nutritional Treatment of Cocaine Dependence), Max A. Schneider, M.D.
and Jeffrey Fortuna, DPH. 1995

Application of Sweat Patches to Determine Alcohol Use, Sudormed. 1996 - 97

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
                                                  PUBLISHED

EFFECTS OF SPICES ON GASTRIC MUCOSA, Journal of Gastroenterology, 1953

TIME IS ALL WE HAVE by Barnaby Conrad, Published by Cameron Co., San Francisco, CA, Medical Aspects Chapter,
p. 126 - p. 134

MIND ALTERING DRUGS IN OUR LIVES, Help Yourself to Health, The Community Health Education Department,
St. Joseph Hospital


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ALCOHOL AND ITS EFFECTS, The Older Americans Organization, Kern, CA

CHEMICALS AND THE SENIOR CITIZEN, Orange County Medical Association Bulletin, 1974

ALCOHOLʼS TRIP THROUGH THE BODY, Listen, A Journal of Better Living, May 1975

NICE FAMILIES HAVE DRUG PROBLEMS TOO, Orange County Medical Association Bulletin, August 1976

WINE WITH YOUR DINNER, The Orange County Medical Association Bulletin, September 1976

THE NEW DOC, DOC!, CompCare Alumni Journal, September 1976

TREATMENT OF GAYS IN THE STRAIGHT ENVIRONMENT: GAY ALCOHOLICS, DRUG ADDICTS SURVIVE IN A
“STRAIGHT INPATIENT MILIEU,” Drug Dependence And Alcoholism, Vol. 2, Plenum Press, 1981

EARLY CLUES FOR DIAGNOSING ALCOHOLISM, The Hazelden Foundation, 1981

ALCOHOLICS IN THE ARTS, Alcoholism Update, Ayerst, January/February 1982

CO-ALCOHOLICS PROLONGED PROBLEM, La Habra Daily Star Progress, June 1982

ADDICTION IN HOSPITAL PATIENTS, International Medical News, July 1983

ALCOHOLISM AND CO-ALCOHOLISM, Audio Digest Family Practice, February 6, 1984

NUTRITIONAL FACTORS IN ALCOHOLISM, The Alcoholism Update, Ayerst, January/March 1985

ALCOHOL AND DIABETES, Journal of Practical Diabetology, April 1985

THE NEGLECTED DISEASE IN MEDICAL EDUCATION, Science, Vol. 229, August 1985

MEDICAL ASPECTS CHAPTER, The Prosecution and Defense of the Drinking Driver in Minnesota, 1985

PHYSICIANʼS ADDICTION SAVVY INCREASING, U.S. Journal, January 1986

TREATMENT OF ALCOHOLISM CAN WORK VS. THERE IS NO EFFECTIVE TREATMENT, Town Hall Reporter, Los
Angeles, CA, April 1986

AIDS: ONE DAY IT HAPPENED, U.S. Journal, April 1986

ADDICTIONOLOGY FIELD COMES OF AGE, U.S. Journal, February 1987

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT DIABETES AND CHEMICALS, Diabetes Self Management,
Farmingdale, New York, March/April 1987

NICOTINE ISSUE IS A SMOKE SCREEN, U.S. Journal, April 1987

SEXUALITY IN SOBRIETY: DEAL WITH IT, U.S. Journal, May 1987

RECOVERY AS JOB REQUIREMENT IS PUNITIVE, U.S. Journal, June 1987

INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENT IS ESSENTIAL, U.S. Journal, August 1987

ALCOHOLISM - STILL THE GIANT, U.S. Journal, September 1987

MORE M.D.s TREAT ADDICTS IN OFFICE, U.S. Journal, October 1987

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MEDICAL MAINSTREAM/AIDS PATIENTS SHUNNED BY REHABS, U.S. Journal, January 1988

THINKING ABOUT DRINKING, Programs 1 & 11, Sound Documentaries, February 1988

TREATMENT FIELDSʼ SMOKING GUN, Professional Counselor, July/August 1988

PERSONAL FIGHT WITH MYASTHENIA GRAVIS, Family Practice News, May 1989

LETʼS CLEAN UP OUR ACT, U.S. Journal, August 1989

RECOVERY FROM ALCOHOLISM AND OTHER DRUG DEPENDENCE, The Sharings, November 1989

FACING THE NEGLECTED ADDICTION, Proceedings of the University of California, Los Angeles, October 1990

BOOZE AND TOBACCO ADDICTION, The Sober Times, 1990

DENTISTRY FACES ADDICTION: HOW TO BE PART OF THE SOLUTION, Journal of Dental Practice, Spring 1990

RELAPSE AND NICOTINE ADDICTION, Counselor Magazine, September/October 1992.

DENITSTRY FACES ADDICTION, Mosby-Year Book, 1992

UNDERSTANDING DRUGS OF ABUSE, Mim J. Landry (Chapter Introduction & Citation), 1993
PRINCIPLES OF ADDICTION MEDICINE, American Society of Addiction Medicine, Editorial Advisory Committee & Co-Author
Section XVIII, Chapter 1, 1994

THE NATURE AND TREATMENT OF NICOTINE ADDICTION, STRAIGHT FORWARD, Publication of the
Physician Rehabilitation Program of the Medical and Chirurgical Facility of Maryland. Volume DOL.VI/
Issue 2, Spring 1995

TOTAL HEATH FOR MEN, Rodale Press, Inc., Emmaus, PA (Chapters on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency pp 28 +, 180 +)
1995

PRIMARY CARE RESPONSIBILITY IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS, Primary Care Reports, Vol 2,
Number 7. March 1996

SENIORS AND SUBSTANCES, Community of Recovery, Winter 1998

MEDICAL, PSYCHOSOCIAL, AND VOCATIONAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY, Chapter on Alcoholism,
Printed 1999

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE, Professional Counselor, Vol 14, No. 4. August 1999

HELPING PEOPLE TO FEEL BETTER WITHOUT CHEMICALS, Professional Counselor, Vol 14, No. 5. October 1999

INTRODUCING MAX A SCHNEIDER, M.D., The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California Publication, Vol 36,
Issue 1. Spring 2000

ALCOHOL AS IT RELATES TO MG – A PHYSICIANʼS OPINION, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 37, Issue 1. Spring 2001

LIKE IT OR NOT, EXERCISE: ITʼS GOOD FOR ALL OF US, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 37, Issue 2. Fall 2001




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MEDICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL & VOCATIONAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY, 2nd ed. M Brodwin, et al, Co-author of Alcoholism
Chapter. 2002

BE ALERT ABOUT MG MEDICATIONS, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California Publication , Vol 28,
Issue 1. Spring 2002

PACING FOR MG PATIENTS OFTEN REQUIRES SAYING “NO”, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 28, Issue 2. Fall 2002

M.D. MG PATIENT TAKES LIGHT LOOK – SERIOUSLY The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication , Vol 39, Issue 2. Spring/Summer 2003

A POPEYE PHENOMENON – A CLOSET MYASTHENIC, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 39, Issue 2. Fall/Winter 2003

PRINCIPLES OF ADDICTION MEDICINE, Third Edition , American Society of Addiction Medicine, Editorial Advisory
Committee, 2003

DOCTOR WITH MG SUFFERS DUAL MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 40, Issue 1. Summer 2004

MYASTHENIC OR NOT WORRYING HELPS NO ONE, NOHOW, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 41, Issue 2. August 2005

rEEG – THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE, Paradigm, Winter 2006

“DONʼT PUSH IT – PLAN IT,” WHEN MG PATIENTS TRAVEL, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California
Publication, Vol 42, Issue 21. Spring 2006

ALCOHOL RECOVERY AND SPIRITUALITY: STRANGERS, FRIENDS, OR PARTNERS? (Co-Author), Southern Medical
Journal, Vol 99, Number 6, June 2006

TAKE IT FROM ONE WHO KNOWS, EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR MYASTHENICS, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis
Foundation of California Publication, Vol 45, Issue 1 Spring 2008

MOST MG PATIENTS HAVE TWO LIVES – ESPECIALLY BEING PRODUCTIVE, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis
Foundation of California Publication, Vol 45, Issue 2. Winter 2008

VISITS FROM DIFFERENT CLERGY HELPED THIS PATIENTʼS HEALING, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of
California Publication, Vol 46, Issue 1. Summer 2009

ACCEPTANCE OF MG, The MG News, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of California Publication, Vol 47, Issue 1.
Summer 2010



                                                      Booklets

EARLY CLUES FOR DIAGNOSING ALCOHOLISM, 1980. Hazelden, Inc., Minneapolis, MN

SOME MEDICAL ASPECTS OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS OF ABUSE, 1971, 1977, 1980, 1982 & 1985

ALCOHOL AND NUTRITION, 1982, 1986

ALCOHOL AND DIABETES, 1982

ALGUNOS ASPECTOS MEDICOS DEL ALCOHOL Y OTROS ABUSOS DE DROGAS, 1971, 1977, 1980, 1982

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                                              Educational Films/Videos


BREATH OF LIFE (First film on mouth to mouth resuscitation) 1958

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF ALCOHOL, PARTS I & II, 1975

LOOSENING THE GRIP SERIES (Two Segments) 1978

ALCOHOL AND NUTRITION, 1980

SEXUALITY, ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, 1981

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF CO-DEPENDENCY, 1986

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF MIND ALTERING DRUGS, 1986

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF TOBACCO, 1990

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF ALCOHOL, PARTS I & II (REVISED), 1991

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF SENIORS AND SUBSTANCES, 1994



Founder: Orange County Center for the Performing Arts
Founder: Opera Pacific of Orange County

Member:

        American Wildlife Association
        Sea and Sage (Audubon Society)
        Temple Beth Shalom
        American Legion
        Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

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