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Cathcart, Robert F. III (1984)  Vitamin C in the treatment of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Medical Hypotheses. 14:423-433.

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Cathcart, Robert F. III (1986)  The vitamin C treatment of allergy and the normally unprimed state of antibodies. Medical Hypotheses, 21(3):307-321, November. 

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Hoffer, Abram and Osmond, Humphrey (1964) Treatment of schizophrenia with nicotinic acid: a ten-year follow-up.  Acta Psychiatr Scand 40:171-189. 

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Hoffer, A. and Pauling, L. (1993)  Hardin Jones biostatistical analysis of mortality data for a second set of cohorts of cancer patients with a large fraction surviving at the termination of the study and a comparison of survival times of cancer patients receiving large regular oral doses of vitamin C and other nutrients with similar patients not receiving those doses. Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. 8:1547-167.

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