Table of Contents: November 2019

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Volume 115, Number 11 — November 2019

Cover Story: Big Noises, Big Issues (pages 18-23)

One year from now, Texas voters will hit the polls on Nov. 3, 2020. Here’s a look at some of the major health care debates taking center stage during the 2020 election cycle, what voters are and will be hearing about, and what TMA policy says on those particular issues. By Joey Berlin 

Q&A: Mobilizing Members (pages 6-7)

Michael J. Darrouzet takes over as TMA chief executive using his 31 years in organized medicine to prepare physicians for what’s ahead. By Amy Lynn Sorrel

Law: Easing the Pain? (pages 24-27)

Texas’ settlement with Purdue Pharma could bring valuable funding to fight opioid crisis. By Joey Berlin

Public Health: Rule of Fear (pages 35-39)

Misconceptions about broadened immigration rule deters migrants from seeking care. by Sean Price

Public Health: Keeping Outbreaks at Bay (pages 40-44)

El Paso's high vaccination rate pays off against measles – and other diseases. By Sean Price

Vaccines (page 47)

Talk to Patients About: The Autism Myth By Sean Price

Profile: Women in Medicine Section Chair Elizabeth Rebello, MD By David Doolittle


Also in this issue:

Commentary: A Voice in Medicine

Rounds, Deaths

Imaging: Fall Conference

Last Updated On

November 22, 2019

Originally Published On

October 15, 2019