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Portions of this article were previously published in Holstege CP, Rusyniak DE: Medical Toxicology. 89:6, Med Clin North Am, 2005; with permission.
Dr. Heard is supported by a Jahnigen Career Scholars Award from the American Geriatric Society and the Hartford Foundation.