Thomas A. M. Kramer, MD

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Lately, the most important professional reading that I have been doing is not to be found in any of the journals to which I subscribe, but rather, in The New York Times. I take the train to work, and my routine is to read the Times on the train on the way in, and journals on the way home. Now, however, since I have been reading so much about psychopharmacology in the Times in the mornings, my conditioning is such that when I get to work, I feel like I should be home.


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