NEW RESOURCES: Scientific American Examines "The Mysteries of Anesthesia"

The latest issue of Scientific American contains an article about the science of anesthesiology, noting that "the medical specialty of anesthesiology has evolved into a sophisticated art form." The magazine reports that the scientific understanding of how anesthetic drugs actually work and how to make them better has lagged behind most other areas of drug development, a shortcoming that has resulted in safety concerns. Episodes of awareness during operations while under general anesthesia, even when administered by trained professionals, are reported by one or two of every 1,000 patients.

Grant Zeigler an Opportunity to Prove his Innocence

Published on Tuesday, December 28, 2004 by the Miami Herald by Bianca Jagger

Articles - General Death Penalty

  • L. Nelson, “Death Watch: Year in Review,” The Angolite, January/February 2009
  • C. Marin, ”A commuted sentence, and a life reborn,” Chicago Sun-Times, June 8, 2008.
  • "The Death Penalty" The Angolite, January/February 2007. The Angolite is an award-winning bi-monthly prison news magazine produced by inmates at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.

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