The People's Doctor

Vol. 02, No. 06
Variant exists where on p. 6, instead of the small blurb stating: "Back issues of The People's Doctor Newsletter are available at $2,00 an issue from: The People's Doctor, 664 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 720, Chicago, Illinois 60611 Vol. 1, No. 1 Pregnancy & Childbirth; Vol. 2, No. 1 High Blood Pressure & Anti - hypertensive Drugs; Vol. 2, No. 2 Women as Guinea Pigs: DES ... The Pill ... Menopausal Estrogens; Vol. 2, No. 3 Anti-Arthritis Drugs: Are the "cures" worse than the disease?; Vol. 2, No. 4 The Truth About Immunizations; Vol. 2, No.5 The Dangers of X-Rays", it says the following: "Dr. Mendelsohn's latest book, "How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor," has just been published by Contemporary Books ($13.95). "MalePractice: How Doctors Manipulate Woman," Dr. Mendelsohn's last book, is now available in paperback from Contemporary Books ($6.95). "Confessions of a Medical Heretic" is available from WarnerBooks ($3.25)."
Vol. 02, No. 09
Variant issue: Vol. 2 No. 9 (variant), in particular pages 4-7, continues to focus on fluoridation in lieu of the test-tube baby case and home births.
Vol. 02, No. 09 (variant)
Variant issue: Vol. 2 No. 9, in particular pages 4-7, outlines the hazards of microwave ovens, concerns about the test-tube baby case, and home births in lieu of continuing to focus on fluoridation.
Vol. 03, No. 11
Variant issue: Vol. 3 No. 11 (variant), in particular pages 2-7, features different questions and answers on amniocentesis and ultrasound; as well as news notes on links between the DPT vaccine and SIDS, breastfeeding PKU babies, and the higher incidence of women obtaining x-rays relative to men.
Vol. 03, No. 11 (variant)
Variant issue: Vol. 3 No. 11, in particular pages 2-7, features different questions and answers on amniocentesis and ultrasound; as well as a news note on the lack of efficacy of sugar-coated, hard-shelled vitamins.
Vol. 04, No. 07
Variant issue: Vol. 4 No. 7 (variant), contains a news item on the Midwest Clinical Conference on p. 6 and 7, in lieu of the full-page back issues order form found here.
Vol. 04, No. 07 (variant)
Variant issue: Vol. 4 No. 7 contains a back issues order form on p. 7, rather than the news item on the Midwest Clinical Conference found here.