Table of Contents: October 2014

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Volume 110, Number 10 — October 2014

COVER STORY (pages 18-25)

Tobacco Dangers
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first surgeon general's report to link smoking to cancer. Public health progress in curtailing smoking is under attack as the tobacco industry, which rakes in more than $135 billion in annual sales, markets a new host of products to a new generation of consumers. By Kara Nuzback

MEDICAL EDUCATION (pages 27-32)

GME Gamble
New IOM report sparks debate. By Amy Lynn Sorrel

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS (pages 35-38)

Will the Sun Rise?
State health agencies under review. By Amy Lynn Sorrel 

LAW (pages 39-42)

Ruling Could Yield Chaos
Subsidy court rulings conflict. By Kara Nuzback

QUALITY (pages 43-48)

Partner in Quality
TMF wins contract. By Amy Lynn Sorrel

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT (pages 49-53)

The New Company Doctor
Worksite primary care on the rise. By Kara Nuzback

ROUNDS (pages 7-15)

Congress Increases Veterans' Access to Private-Sector Physicians
TMA Asks Feds for Emergency Halt of EHR Rules
STAR+PLUS Expands to Rural Areas
CMS Opts Not to Delay Med Staff Regulations
King to Chair Health Care Workforce Panel
Geriatric Specialist Uses Choosing Wisely to Help Families
Nominate Local Journalists for Anson Jones Award
CDC Issues Ebola Virus Advisory
TMF Health Quality Institute Wins QIO Contract
HHSC Releases Marketing Guidelines
Be on the Lookout for Cyclospora
Brush Up on Patient Records Requirements for Meaningful Use 

DEPARTMENTS

Commentary: Dealing With Unprofessionalism By Michelle Owens, DO (page 55)
Information for Authors (page 56) 

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