Joel Dvoskin

University of Arizona Medical School

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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona Medical School; former president of American Medical Association Law Society

Joel Dvoskin on KCRW

President Obama and the New York Mayor Bloomberg are coordinating the effort to enact some form of gun control before the Sandy Hook massacre is forgotten.

Passing Gun Control before the Sandy Hook Massacre Is Forgotten

President Obama and the New York Mayor Bloomberg are coordinating the effort to enact some form of gun control before the Sandy Hook massacre is forgotten.

from To the Point

Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to  slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds  last Friday at the Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut.

Newtown Massacre and the Lessons about Mental Illness

Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds last Friday at the Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds last Friday at the Sandy Hook School.  But what has been reported strongly suggests that he was a young…

Newtown and the Lessons about Mental Illness

Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds last Friday at the Sandy Hook School.  But what has been reported strongly suggests that he was a young…

from To the Point

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