Curriculum Vitae for Miguel A. Faria, Jr., M.D.

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CURRICULUM VITAE

MIGUEL A. FARIA, JR., M.D.

BORN: September 30, 1952 in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba
U.S. CITIZEN: 1971
FLUENT IN LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH: Spanish

EDUCATION:

* Eau Claire High School, Columbia, South Carolina (1970; National Honor Society)

* University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina (1970-1973). Bachelor of
   Science (B.S.) degree in Biology with a minor in Psychology (1973; graduated
   Magna Cum Laude)

* Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina (1973-1977)
     a)  Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society (1975)
     b)  Merck's Manual Award for scholastic achievement (1977)
     c)  MD degree (1977)
     d)  Neurosurgery Externship with Drs. Phanor Perot and Ludwig Kempe at the
          Medical University of South Carolina (January-April, 1977)

* University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Surgical Residency (1977-1978)

* Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Neurosurgical Residency (1978-1983)

* Neurosurgery Laser Workshop under Leonard Cerullo, M.D., Northwestern
   University, Chicago, IL. (January 4-6, 1981)

BOARD CERTIFICATION: Certified by The American Board of Neurological Surgery (September 1985)

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

* Clinical Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery, 1985-1996), Mercer University School
   of Medicine

* Adjunct Professor of Medical History (1993-1996), Mercer University School of
   Medicine

OTHER APPOINTMENTS:

* Vice Chief-of-Staff, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1988)
* Chief-of-Staff, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1989)
* Executive Committee, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1986-1990)
* Alternate Delegate to Medical Association of Georgia (1989-1991)
* Delegate to Medical Association of Georgia (1992-1995)
* Director-at-Large, Bibb County Medical Society (1991-1995)
* Ex-Officio member of the Board of Directors of the Medical Association of Georgia
   (Feb. 1993-July 1995)
* Honorary Staff, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1993-present)
* Member of the Initial Review Group (IRG) of the Centers for Disease Control and
   Prevention (Sept.11, 2002-May 31, 2005)
* Contributor, Healthcare News of The Heartland Institute (2001-2005)

EDITORSHIPS:

* Editor, Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia (Feb.1993-July 1995)

* Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Medical Sentinel (1996-2002).

* Editorial Board of Surgical Neurology, an International Journal of Neurosurgery
   and Neuroscience, the Official International Journal of the Neurosurgical Societies
   of Belgium, Brazil, China, Romania, Russia and Taiwan (2004-2010)

* Associate Editor-in-Chief and World Affairs Editor of Surgical Neurology
   International (SNI
; 2012-present)

AREAS OF INTEREST IN MEDICINE/NEUROSURGERY:

* Use of microsurgery for treatment of pituitary tumors, cerebral tumors, EC-IC bypass,
   as well as in cerebral aneurysms; CSF shunts and normal pressure hydrocephalus.
* Multimodality treatment of cerebral tumors with laser microsurgery and CUSA.
* Cerebellar physiology, CSF shunts, posterior fossa microsurgery, and Chiari Malformation.
* Microsurgical spinal surgery and bone banking techniques.
* History of Medicine, neurosurgery, psychosurgery, and medical ethics
* Health care policy: socialized medicine vs.free market (private) medical care and MSAs.
* Medico-legal medicine and managed care policy.
* Contemporary medical ethics, Neuroethics, & Bioethics.
* Public health injury prevention as well epidemiology of infectious diseases.
* Bioterrorism preparedness and civil defense.
* Guns and Violence — public health and constitutional issues.

MEDICAL LICENSE: Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners. Georgia Board of Medical Examiners: 1978-2003. Inactive License: 2004.

MEDICAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS: Medical Association of Georgia (1983-retirement); Bibb County Medical Society (1983-retirement); Georgia Neurosurgical Society  (1984-retirement; now Life member); American Association of Neurological Surgeons. (1988-retirement; now Life Member); Laser Association of Neurological Surgeons International (1988-1993); American Association for the History of Medicine, Inc. (1993-1997); Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (1991-2002).

HONORS/AWARDS: Who's Who in Georgia (1988-1989); National Association of Scholars (1992-1997); Physician's Recognition Award, American Medical Association
(July 1981, 1984, 1990); President's Award, Rx for Georgia (July 27, 1993); See HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson’s appointment to CDC oversight committee (2002-2005) under “Other Appointments” above.

LECTURE SERIES:

1) Dual Cerebral and Meningeal Supply to Giant Arteriovenous Malformations of the
    Posterior Cerebral Hemisphere. Presented in Savannah, Georgia, at the meeting
    of the Southern Neurosurgical Society (March 1980).
2) A Technique for the Evaluation of Ventricular Shunts using Amipaque and CT
    Scanning. Presented in New York City at AANS meeting (April 1980).
3) The Management of Multiple Trauma and Head Injured Patients. Presented to the
    ER residents, Grady Memorial Hospital (October 1980).
4) Results of Radiographic Studies in 100 Women with The Amenorrhea-
    Galactorrhea Syndrome associated with Hyperprolactinemia. Presented at the
    Georgia Medical Association meeting Atlanta, Georgia (November 15, 1980).
5) Surgical Treatment of Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurysms. Presented to
    the Neurosurgical Staff, Emory University Hospital (January 10, 1981).
6) Results of Radiographic Studies in 120 Women with the Amenorrhea-Galactorrhea
    Syndrome associated with Prolactin-Secreting Adenomas. Presented at the
    Southern Neurosurgical Society, Dallas, Texas (March 19, 1981).
7) Management of the Patient with Suspected Cervical Spine Injury. Presented to the
    Neurosurgical Staff, Emory University Hospital (April 18, 1981).
8) Techniques of Posterior Fossa Surgery and Introduction to the Laser for Lesions of
    the 4th Ventricle. Presented to the Neurosurgical Staff, Emory University Hospital
    (April 25, 1981).
9) The Chiari II Malformation and its Management. Presented to the Neurosurgical
    Staff, Emory University Hospital (May 16, 1981).
10) Diagnosis and Management of Spinal Disorders. Lecture Series. Presented to
      Nursing Staff, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1985); and to O.R. Staff
     (February 1990).
11) Diagnosis and Management of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Lecture Series.
      Presented to ICU Nursing Staff, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1985-1992).
12) Diagnosis and Management of Head Injured Patients. Lecture Series. Presented
      to ICU and Nursing Staff, HCA Coliseum Medical Centers (1985-1992).
13) Diagnosis and Management of Cerebral Tumors. Lecture Series. Presented to
      HCA Coliseum Medical Centers, Nursing Staff (1985-1992).
14) Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Presented to Fairview Park Hospital Medical Staff,
      Dublin, Georgia (September 1, 1987).
15) New Development in Treatment of Brain Tumors with the CUSA and Carbon
      Dioxide Laser. Presented to HCA Coliseum Medical Centers Operating Room
      Staff (1987-1988).
16) Complications of Cervical and Lumbar Disc Surgery and Results of Dr. Faria's
      first 116 cases of cervical disc surgery. Presented to Surgical Staff, HCA
      Coliseum Medical Centers (October 1988).
17) Diagnosis and Treatment of Cerebral Neoplasms. Lecture Series. Third year
      medical students curriculum. Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon,
      Georgia (1988-1992).
18) History of Medicine. Presented for Surgery Grand Rounds, Mercer University
      School of Medicine and Medical Center of Central Georgia (May 3, 1990).
19) Health Care Reform: What Are Our Options. Presented to the Bibb County
      Medical Society Board of Directors (Spring 1992).
20) Participation in Condition Critical — Health Care in Middle Georgia. Sponsored by
      The League of Women Voters and WMAZ-TV (June 12, 1992).
21) Medicine in the Renaissance. Presented to the Atlanta Medical Historical Society,
      Academy of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia (March 3, 1993).
22) Rescuing Medicine from the Clutches of Government. Presented to the Seventh
      District Medical Society, Rome, Georgia (April 1, 1993).
23) Crisis in Health Care and Its Solution. Presented to the Health Access Committee
      of the Medical Association of Georgia (responsible for drafting health care
      proposals for the Medical Association of Georgia and for advising
      and possible implementation by the state) (May 4, 1993).
24) The Institute for Republican Women, Health Care Reform Conference, Scottish
      Rite Children's Hospital Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia (September 30, 1993).
25) Health Care Reform in Georgia. Macon Exchange Club, Macon, Georgia
      (December 3, 1993).
26) Health Care Reform in the United States and Georgia, Surgical Grand Rounds,
      West Tower, Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, Georgia (February 3,
      1994).
27) Health Care Reform: Intimations for Psychiatry. Psychiatry Grand Rounds,
      Coliseum Psychiatric Hospital, Macon, Georgia (April 20, 1994).
28) Health Care Reform: Crisis and Solutions. Georgia Association of Physicians
      From India (GAPI), Atlanta, Georgia (April 30, 1994).
29) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. JBS Businessmen's Chapter, Roswell Founders
      Club, Roswell, Georgia (May 10, 1994).
30) The Health Care Crisis and Its Solution. Crawford-Long Medical Society, Athens,
      Georgia (June 14, 1994).
31) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. Association of American Physicians and
      Surgeons (AAPS), 51st Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia (October 13, 1994).
32) Vandals at the Gates of Medcine. Macon Rotary Club, Macon, Georgia
      (January 11, 1995).
33) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. Hall County Medical Society, Gainesville,
      Georgia (March 14, 1995).
34) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. Macon Kiwanis Club, Macon, Georgia (March
      15, 1995).
35) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. Emory Medical Student's Luncheon, Emory
      University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia (April 11, 1995).
36) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. Georgia Neurosurgical Society, The Cloister,
      Sea Island, Georgia (May 27, 1995).
37) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine, Surgical Grand Rounds, West Tower, Medical
      Center of Central Georgia, Macon, Georgia (August 17, 1995).
38) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. Mecklenburg County Medical Society, Fall
      Forum, Charlotte, North Carolina (October 25, 1995).
39) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine — Have They Been Repulsed or Are They Over
      The Top? Georgia Neurosurgical Society, The Cloister, Sea Island, Georgia
      (May 25, 1996).
40) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine. American Society of Dermatology, Fifth Annual
      Meeting, San Diego, California (October 6, 1996).
41) The Perversion of Science and Medicine. Association of American Physicians and
      Surgeons (AAPS), 53rd Annual Meeting, La Jolla, California (October 10, 1996).
42) The Perversion of Science in Gun Control Research. Accuracy In Media, Fall 1996
     Conference, San Francisco, California (October 18, 1996).
43) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine — Have They Been Repulsed or Are They Over
      the Top? Macon Optimist Club, Macon, Georgia (February 21, 1997).
44) Corporate Socialized Medicine. Macon Optimist Club, Macon, Georgia (June 27,
      1997).
45) The Oath of Hippocrates Today. Association of American Physicians and
      Surgeons (AAPS), 54th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois (September 18, 1997).
46) The Transformation of Medical Ethics Through Time. American Society of
      Dermatology, 6th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas (October 4, 1997).
47) Vandals at the Gates of Medical Politics. Nathanial Macon Chapter of the
      Daughters of the American Revolution and Colonial Danes, Macon, Georgia
      (January 8, 1998).
48) Vandals at the Gates of Medical Politics. Fort Peachtree Chapter, National Society
      of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Atlanta, Georgia (June 3, 1998).
49) Is the Oath of Hippocrates Dead? Association of American Physicians and
      Surgeons, 55th Annual Meeting, Durham, North Carolina (October 8, 1998).
50) Limited Resources and Rationing: The Individual vs. the State, the Hippocratic
     Oath vs. Managed Care. Schneidermann Lecture. American Academy of
     Dermatology. New Orleans, Louisiana (March 20, 1999).
51) Integrity in Science and Medicine: Gun Control and Public Health. Doctors for
      Disaster Preparedness. 17th Annual Meeting. Seattle, Washington (June 6,
      1999).
52) The Medical Sentinel — A Breath of Fresh Air. Association of American Physicians
      and Surgeons. 56th Annual Meeting, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho (October 14, 1999).
53) Vandals at the Gates of Medicine — Have They Been Repulsed or Are They Over
      the Top? Central Medical Society, Jackson, Mississippi (February 1, 2000).
54) Transformation of Medical Ethics Through Time — Hippocrates vs. the State.
      American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), Chicago, Illinois (April 29, 2000).
55) Doctors As Propaganda Agents of the State. Association of American Physicians
      and Surgeons, 57th Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio (October 25, 2001).

BIBLIOGRAPHY I: SCIENTIFIC PAPERS AND ARTICLES, ESSAYS, EDITORIALS, AND PUBLISHED LETTERS

1) Fleischer AS, Faria MA, Hoffman JC: Pseudoaneurysm complication superficial
    temporal artery-middle cerebral artery bypass. Surg Neurol 1979;12:305-306.
 
2) Fleischer AS, Faria MA, and Tindal GT: Neurosurgery — The Year in Review
    (1979). Contemporary Neurosurgery, GT Tindall and D. Long (editors), Volume
    1, Lesson 27, 1979.
 
3) Faria MA, Fleischer AS: Duel cerebral and meningeal supply to giant
    arteriovenous malformations of the posterior cerebral hemisphere. J Neurosurg
    1980;52:153-161.
 
4) Faria MA, Tindall GT: Pathogenesis, diagnosis, and surgical treatment of the
    Chiari-Malformation. Contemporary Neurosurgery. GT Tindall and D. Long
    (editors), Volume 2, Lesson 9, 1980.
 
5) Faria MA, Spector RH, Tindall GT: Downbeat nystagmus as the salient
    manifestation of the Arnold-Chiari Malformation. Surg Neurol 1980;13:333-336.
 
6) Faria MA, Fleischer AS, Spector RH: Bilateral giant intracavernous carotid
    aneurysms treated by bilateral carotid ligation. Surg Neurol 1980;14:207-210.
 
7) Faria MA, O'Brien MS, Tindall GT: A technique for the evaluation of ventricular
    shunts using Amipaque and CT Scanning. J Neurosurg 1980;53:92-96.
 
8) Schlachter LB, Fleischer AS, Faria MA, Tindall GT: Multifocal Intracranial
    Arteriovenous Malformations. Neurosurgery 1980;7:440-444.
 
9) Spector RH, Faria MA: Partial aberrant regeneration of the oculomotor nerve. Arch
    Neurol 1981;38:460-461.
 
10) Faria MA, Fleischer AS, and Tindall GT: Neurosurgery — The Year in Review
      (1980). Contemporary Neurosurgery, GT Tindall and D. Long (editors), Volume
      2, Lesson 27, 1981.
 
11) Faria MA and Tindall GT: Comments on "Cardiopulmonary Monitoring during
      Graded Cervical Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion: Physiological Results and
      Therapeutic Implications", by M.B. Pritz in Neurosurgery 1981;8:524.
 
12) Faria MA and Hoffman JC: Review of Correlative Neuroradiology, a topographic
      approach to cerebral angiographic and CT interpretation by Ronald G. Quisling
      in J Neurosurgery 1981;55:150.
 
13) Faria MA, Tindall GT, and Steele JR: Results of Neurodiagnostic studies in 100
      women with the Amenorrhea-Galactorrhea Syndrome associated with
      prolactinomas. Neurosurgery 1981;8:492 (abstract).

14) Faria MA: Critical comments on Dr. Fardoun et al's paper entitled, "Tentorial
      arteriovenous malformations presenting as an intracerebral hematoma"
      J Neurosurg  1981;55:976-978. Letter to the Editor, J Neurosurg 1982;56:740.
 
15) Faria MA and Fleischer AS: Critical comments on Dr. Kassell's paper entitled
      "Overall management of the ruptured aneurysm: Comparison of early and late
      operation" Neurosurgery 1981;9:120-128. Letter to the Editor, Neurosurgery
      1982;10:297-298.
 
16) Faria MA and Tindall GT: Transphenoidal microsurgery for Prolactin-secreting
      pituitary adenomas: Results in 100 women with the Amenorrhea-Galactorrhea
      Syndrome. J Neurosurg 1982;56:33-35.
 
17) Tindall GT, Moore W, and Faria MA: Neurosurgery — The Year in Review
      (1981). Contemporary Neurosurgery. GT Tindall and D. Long (editors), Volume
      3, Lesson 27, 1982.
 
18) Faria MA and Tindall GT: Transphenoidal microsurgery for Prolactin-secreting
      pituitary adenomas: Results in 100 women with the Amenorrhea-Galactorrhea
      Syndrome. Abstract in Dejong, Currier and Sugar: Year Book of Neurology and
      Neurosurgery, 1983, pp. 389-391.
 
19) Faria MA, Hoffman JC, and O'Brien MS: Metrizamide Cisternography and the
      management of the Chiari II malformation. Child's Brain 1984;11:242-249.
 
20) Faria MA: Critical Comments on Dr. Standefer et al's paper entitled
      "Improvement in the Retinal Circulation After ST-MCA Bypass" Neurosurgery
      1985;16:525-529. Letter to the Editor, Neurosurgery 1985;17:530.
 
21) Faria MA: Letter to the Editor on "Symptomatic Arnold-Chiari Malformation" by
      Dr. Bell et al in J Neurosurg 1987;66(6):812-816.  J Neurosurg
      1988;68:316-317.
 
22) Faria MA: William L. Barton, M.D., A Pioneer in Otolaryngology. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, November 1987, pp. 775-776.
 
23) Faria MA: Baron Larrey, Napoleon's Surgeon: From Egypt to Waterloo. Journal of
      the Medical Association of Georgia, September 1990, pp. 693-695.
 
24) Faria MA: Letter to the Editor of "International Perspective: Neurological Surgery
      in Nicaragua" by Coffey. Surg Neurol 1990;34(10):352.
 
25) Faria MA: Historical Vignettes. MAG Membership Directory 1990/1991.
     Supplement to the Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, November
     1990.
 
26) Faria MA: The Data Bank — Why It Should Be Abolished. Editorial. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, September 1991, pp. 477-478.
 
27) Faria MA: The Forging of the Renaissance Physician. Part I. The Four
      Humours. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, March 1992, pp.
      119-123.
 
28) Faria MA: The Forging of the Renaissance Physician. Part II: The Philosophical
      Basis. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, March 1992, pp. 124-126.
 
29) Faria MA: The Forging of the Renaissance Physician. Part III: The Physician and
      the Period of Rebirth. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, April 1992,
      pp. 165-170.
 
30) Faria MA: The Forging of the Renaissance Physician. Part IV: A Physician For All
      Seasons. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, April 1992, pp. 171-176.
 
31) Faria MA: To Treat or Not — Can A Physician Choose? A Commentary. The
      Pharos, Volume 55/Number 1, Winter 1992, pp. 39-40.
 
32) Faria MA: Letter to the Editor. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia,
      June 1992, p. 269.
 
33) Faria MA: Historical Vignette: The Death of Henry II of France. J Neurosurg
      December 1992, Vol. 77, No. 6, pp. 964-969.
 
34) Faria MA: Enemies Of Private Medicine Bide Their Time. Private Practice,
      September 1992, Volume 24/Number 9, pp. 33-34.
 
35) Faria MA: Health Care Reform: What Are Our Options? Bibb County Medical
      Society Newsletter, July/August 1992, pp. 3-6.
 
36) Faria MA: Health Care Crisis Update. Bibb County Medical Society Newsletter,
      September 1992, p. 3.
 
37) Faria MA: Domestic Economic Policy and Socialism. Wayfarer Press. September
      1992, pp. 2-9.
 
38) Faria MA: Voucher-Tax Credit Plan Best Solution to Health Care Problem.
      Reader's Forum, The Macon Telegraph, September 5, 1992.
 
39) Faria MA: Pre-Columbian Cultures, PC, and Columbus' Legacy. Campus Report,
      October 1992, p. 6.
 
40) Faria MA, et al: Candidates' Health Care Plans Well-Intentioned But Doomed to
      Failure. Another View, The Macon Telegraph, October 31, 1992.
 
41) Faria MA: Crisis in Health Care Delivery — Rescuing Medicine From the Clutches
      of Government. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, November 1992,
      pp. 615-620.
 
42) Faria MA: Editorial: The Medical Gulag. Bibb County Medical Society Newsletter.
      December 1992, p. 3.
 
43) Faria MA: Editorial: The Medical Gulag. Journal of the Medical Association of
      Georiga, February 1993, p. 56.
 
44) Faria MA: On Jumping in the Water. Journal of the Medical Association of
      Georgia, March 1993, p. 115.
 
45) Faria MA: On the Liability Crisis and the Glut of the Litigators. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, April 1993, pp. 155-156.
 
46) Faria MA: On the True Numbers of Uninsured Americans. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, May 1993, p. 203-204.
 
47) Faria MA: On Managed Competition and Other Catch-22 Items. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, June 1993, p. 269-271.
 
48) Faria MA: On Guns and Violence. Journal of the Medical Association of
      Georgia, July 1993, p. 318-320.
 
49) Faria MA: On Medicine and the Law: Book Reviews. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, August 1993, p. 387-389.
 
50) Faria MA: The Litigation Juggernaut — Can It Be Rolled Back? Part I — The
      Dimensions of the Problem. Journal of the Medical Association of
      Georgia, August 1993, p. 393-398.
 
51) Faria MA: The Litigation Juggernaut — Can It Be Rolled Back? Part II —
      Strategies and Tactics for Victory. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia,
      September 1993, p. 447-451.
 
52) Faria MA: On AIDS, Medical Correctness, and True Inequities. Bibb County
      Medical Society Newsletter, September 1993.
 
53) Faria MA: On Decisive Battles and MAG's Standard-bearer: Physician's
      Prescription for Georgia. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia,
      September 1993, p. 441-443.
 
54) Faria MA: On Child Abuse and the Breakdown of the Family. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, October 1993, p. 521-524.
 
55) Faria MA: On "Pete" Stark and the Vicissitudes of the Blowing Winds of Health
      Care Reform. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, November 1993,
      p. 571-573.
 
56) Faria MA: On Liberty, the Law, and the Right to Medical Care. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, December 1993, p. 633-636.
 
57) Faria MA: On Clinton's Health Care Reform Proposal, Further Reflections. Journal
      of the Medical Association of Georgia, January 1994, p. 11-14.
 
58) Faria MA: On Revolutionary Physicians and Civil Wars. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, February 1994, p. 67-71.
 
59) Faria MA: On the Journal's New Look and the Right to Self-Protection. Journal of
      the Medical Association of Georgia, March 1994, p. 129-131.
 
60) Faria MA: On Health Care...At the Brink of the Abyss. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, April 1994, p. 185-188.
 
61) Faria MA: On Environmentalism and the Voice of Moderation. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, May 1994, p. 247-251.
 
62) Faria MA: Playing Hardball: Doctors Bat in the Game of Health System Reform.
      Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, June 1994, p. 333-337.
 
63) Faria MA: On Citizens, Duties, and our Elected Representatives. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, July 1994, p. 387-389.
 
64) Faria MA: On Truth and Consequences. Journal of the Medical Association of
      Georgia, August 1994, p. 455-458.
 
65) Faria MA: The Data Bank Revisited: In Big Brother's Scheme of Things. Journal
      of the Medical Association of Georgia, September 1994, p. 499-501.
 
66) Faria MA: On Political Posturing and Hammurabi's Medical Legacy: Two Scenarios
      of Health Care Reform. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, October
      1994, p. 543-546.
 
67) Faria MA: Vandals at the Gates of Medicine: At the Crossroads of Health System
      Reform. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, November 1994, p.
      601-605.
 
68) Faria MA: Vandals at the Gates of Medicine (Part II). Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, December 1994, p. 665-668.
 
69) Faria MA: Say "No" to a Single-Payer Health System in the U.S. Medical Tribune
      Family Physician 1995 January 5; 36(1):20.
 
70) Faria MA: Election '94: A Conservative Tsunami Floods the Nation. Journal of the
      Medical Association of Georgia, January 1995, p. 13-15.
 
71) Faria MA: In Search of the Fountain of Youth. Journal of the Medical Association
      of Georgia, February 1995, p. 61-62.
 
72) Faria MA: On Managed Care and Cutting Edge Technology. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, March 1995, p. 111-112.
 
73) Faria MA: On the Ethics of Managed Competition. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, April 1995, p. 159-160.
 
74) Faria MA: On Epidemic Diseases and Public Health. Journal of the Medical
      Association of Georgia, May 1995, p. 205-207.
 
75) Faria MA: On Public Health and Gun Control. Journal of the Medical Association
      of Georgia, June 1995, p. 251-252.
 
76) Faria MA: On Review of the News and the Direction That We Are Headed, Journal
      of the Medical Association of Georgia, September 1995, p. 296-297.
 
77) Faria MA: On the Moral Virtues and Evolving Professional Ethics. Medical
      Sentinel 1996;1(1):4-5.
 
78) Faria MA: On Ethics, Guidelines, and Medical Progress. Medical Sentinel
      1996;1(2):6-9.
 
79) Faria MA: To the Tune of Washington's Pied Pipers. Medical Sentinel
      1996;1(3):8-9.
 
80) Faria MA: Docs, Guns, and the CDC. The New American, September 30, 1996,
      pp. 35-38.
 
81) Faria MA: Why the Decline in American Education (and Morals). Medical Sentinel
      1997;2(1):14-15.
 
82) Faria MA: The Perversion of Science and Medicine (Part I): On the Nature of
      Science. Medical Sentinel 1997;2(2):46-48.
 
83) Faria MA: The Perversion of Science and Medicine (Part II): Soviet Science and
      Gun Control. Medical Sentinel 1997;2(2):49-53.
 
84) Faria MA: Vandals at the Gates of Medicine — Have They Been Repulsed Or Are
      They Over The Top? Surg Neurol 1997;47(6):584-587.
 
85) Faria MA: The Perversion of Science and Medicine (Part III): Public Health and
      Gun Control Research. Medical Sentinel 1997;2(3):81-82.
 
86) Faria MA: The Perversion of Science and Medicine (Part IV): The Battle
      Continues. Medical Sentinel 1997;2(3):83-86.
 
87) Faria MA: Promote Tort Reform and MSAs. Letter. Hippocrates, July 1997, p. 11.
 
88) Faria MA: Corporate Socialized Medicine Threatens Medical Profession. Human
      Events, August 15, 1997, pp. 12-13.
 
89) Faria MA: On the Moral Virtues and Evolving Professional Ethics: A Message to
      Physicians. Chalcedon Report, September 1997, No. 386, pp. 13-14.
 
90) Faria MA: Cynicism, Apathy, and Pragmatic Political Parties. Medical Sentinel
      1997;2(4):123-125.
 
91) Faria MA: Defending Jefferson. The New American, August 7, 1997, p. 3.
 
92) Faria MA: Physician Unions — A Piece of My Mind. Medical Sentinel
      1998;3(1):10-11.
 
93) Faria MA: The Transformation of Medical Ethics Through Time (Part I): Medical
      Oaths and Statist Controls. Medical Sentinel 1998;3(1):19-24.
 
94) Faria MA: Managed Care — Corporate Socialized Medicine. Medical Sentinel
      1998;3(2):45-46.
 
95) Faria MA: The Transformation of Medical Ethics Through Time (Part II): Medical
     Ethics and Organized Medicine. Medical Sentinel 1998;3(2):53-56.
 
96) Faria MA: Blame for shooting misplaced. The Macon Telegraph, March 29, 1998,
      p. 9B.
 
97) Faria MA: Second Opinion: Practicing Medicine Without a License. Physician’s
      Practice Digest 1998;8(2):39.
 
98) Faria MA: Reframing Gun Violence. Letter. Annals of Internal Medicine, August
      15, 1998.
 
99) Faria MA: Euthanasia, Medical Science, and the Road to Genocide. Medical
      Sentinel 1998;3(3):79-83.
 
100) Faria MA: The Police State of Medicine — The Nature of the Beast. Medical
        Sentinel 1998;3(4):119-122, 138.
 
101) Faria MA: Are We the Enemy? Medical Sentinel 1998;3(5):167-170.
 
102) Faria MA: Patient Privacy and Confidentiality — Time to Draw the Line. Medical
        Sentinel 1998;3(6):204-206, 211.
 
103) Faria MA: Heading toward gun registration. Letter. The Birmingham News,
        December 22, 1998.
 
104) Faria MA: The Founding Fathers, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, and
        Impeachment. Medical Sentinel 1999;4(1):18-20.
 
105) Faria MA: Health care moving in wrong direction. Letter. The Macon Telegraph,
        January 14, 1999.
 
106) Faria MA: New policy will benefit Castro, not the people of Cuba. Letter. USA
        Today, January 18, 1999.
 
107) Faria MA: Ball in Castro's court. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, January 19,
        1999.
 
108) Faria MA: England and Gun Control — Moral Decline of an Empire. Medical
        Sentinel 1999;4(2):52-55.
 
109) Faria MA: The Medical Sentinel — A Breath of Fresh Air. Medical Sentinel
        1999;4(3):94-99.
 
110) Faria MA: Medical Warriors: Fighting Corporate Socialized Medicine in America.
        Surg Neurol 1999;51(5):473-476.
 
111) Faria MA: Guest Editorial: A Slippery Slope. Internal Medicine News, May 15,
        1999.
 
112) Faria MA: Overdose of Socialism. The New American, June 21, 1999, pp.
        11-14.
 
113) Faria MA: More Gun Control, More Crime. Human Events, July 9, 1999, p. 10.
 
114) Faria MA: Physician Unionization. Letter. The Wall Street Journal, July 23, 1999.
 
115) Faria MA: Is There a Right to Health Care? Medical Sentinel
        1999;4(4):125-127.
 
116) Faria MA: Letter. No 'Right' to Health Care. Internal Medicine News, August 1,
        1999.
 
117) Faria MA: Book Review. Year of the Rat — How Bill Clinton Compromised U.S.
        Security for Chinese Cash. Medical Sentinel 1999;4(5):188-189.
 
118) Faria MA: Slouching Towards a Duty to Die. Medical Sentinel
        1999;4(6):208-210. (Reprinted in Managed Care and Cancer, Jan/Feb 2000.)
 
119) Faria MA: Deterrent to Crime. The New American, November 22, 1999, pp.
        23-24.
 
120) Faria MA: Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs): Poison Pills or Cure for Medicare?
        Managed Care and Cancer, November/December 1999, pp. 46-48.
 
121) Faria MA: Registering our guns is threat to freedom. Letter. The Wall Street
        Journal, December 28, 1999, p. A19.
 
122) Faria MA: Save boy from tyranny. Letter. Atlanta Journal/Constitution, January
        28, 2000.
 
123) Faria MA: 'Death and Taxes' at the Turn of the Millennium. Medical Sentinel
        2000;5(1):11-14.
 
124) Faria MA: Second Amendment Conveys Individual Right. Human Events,
        February 4, 2000, p. 97.
 
125) Faria MA: Vaccines (Part I): Jenner, Pasteur, and the Dawn of Scientific
        Medicine. Medical Sentinel 2000;5(2):44-48.
 
126) Faria MA: Vaccines (Part II): Hygiene, Sanitation, Immunization, and
        Pestilential Diseases. Medical Sentinel 2000;5(2):55-61.
 
127) Faria MA: Trigger locks hazardous themselves. Letter. The Macon Telegraph,
        March 30, 2000.
 
128) Faria MA: Utilitarianism and the perversion of the ethics of Hippocrates.
        Western Journal of Medicine, April 2000, p. 224.
 
129) Faria MA: Public Policy by Lawsuit — No One is Safe. Medical Sentinel
        2000;5(3):88-91.
 
130) Faria MA: Gun Control in Australia — Chaos Down Under. Medical Sentinel
        2000;5(3):107.
 
131) Faria MA: Chaos Down Under. The New American, May 22, 2000, p. 11.
 
132) Faria MA: In Bed With Castro. NewsMax.com, June 6, 2000.
 
133) Faria MA: Australian Gun Ban Proved Disastrous. NewsMax.com, June 26,
        2000.
 
134) Faria MA: The Fate of Elián: Implications for America. NewsMax.com, June 29,
        2000.
 
135) Faria MA: Great Britain and Gun Control: With Neither Liberty nor Safety.
        NewsMax.com, July 11, 2000.
 
136) Faria MA: Enhancing Access Via Medical Freedom — Call It MSA Empowerment.
        Medical Sentinel 2000;5(4):123-127.
 
137) Faria MA: The Patients' Bill of Rights — Thermopylae 2000? Medical Sentinel
        2000;5(4):139-140.
 
138) Faria MA: For Those Who Don't Believe in the Slippery Slope — A Clarion Call
        From Hawaii. Medical Sentinel 2000;5(4):143-144.
 
139) Faria MA: TV Violence Increases Homicides. NewsMax.com, August 17, 2000.
 
140) Faria MA: Cuban Psychiatry — The Perversion of Medicine. Medical Sentinel
        2000;5(5):160-162.
 
141) Faria MA: Physician Unions Not the Answer to Managed Care. NewsMax.com,
        September 2, 2000.
 
142) Faria MA: Public Policy by Lawsuits — No One Is Safe. NewsMax.com,
        September 14, 2000.
 
143) Faria MA: Guns and Phony Health Care Costs. NewsMax.com, September 22,
        2000.
 
144) Faria MA: The Nazi War on Cancer. Ideas on Liberty, October 2000, pp. 56-57.
 
145) Faria MA: Letter to Editor in response to L.W. Sherman's Gun carrying and
        homicide prevention. JAMA, Vol. 284, No. 14, October 11, 2000.
 
146) Faria MA: Gore's Environmental Hypocrisy: Castro's Chernobyl. NewsMax.com,
        October 19, 2000.
 
147) Faria MA: St. Gourd's Whoppers and Halloween. NewsMax.com, October 20,
        2000.
 
148) Faria MA: Psychiatry in a communist utopia. Ideas on Liberty, November 2000,
        pp. 33-34.
 
149) Faria MA: The Downfall of the Republic? NewsMax.com, November 10, 2000.
 
150) Faria MA: The Electoral College: Even More Important Now, Not Less.
        NewsMax.com, November 13, 2000.
 
151) Faria MA: The Nazi War on Tobacco and Cancer. Medical Sentinel
        2000;5(6):196-198.
 
152) Faria MA: The Second Amendment — Reaching a Consensus as an Individual
        Right. Medical Sentinel 2000;5(6):213-214.
 
153) Faria MA: The Cuban-American vote in Florida: "Elián's Revenge."
        LaNuevaCuba.com, December 25, 2000.
 
154) Faria MA: Letter to the Editor. Physician warns against police state of medicine.
        California Physician, Winter 2000, p. 9.
 
155) Faria MA: Armed citizenry is the best deterrent. Macon Telegraph, January 16,
        2001.
 
156) Faria MA: Cuba and the Council on Foreign Relations. NewsMax.com, February
        15, 2001.
 
157) Faria MA: Women, Guns and Disinformation. NewsMax.com, February 21,
        2001.
 
158) Faria MA: Public Health and Gun Control — A Review. Part I: The Benefits of
        Firearms. Medical Sentinel 2001;6(1):11-13.
 
159) Faria MA: Public Health and Gun Control — A Review. Part II: Gun Violence and
        Constitutional Issues. Medical Sentinel 2001;6(1):14-18.
 
160) Faria MA: California: Another Lesson about Children and Guns. NewsMax.com,
        March 12, 2001.
 
161) Faria MA: The Cuban Samizdat: Can It Be Stopped? NewsMax.com, March 19,
        2001.
 
162) Faria MA: Doctors to Spy on Patients’ Gun Ownership. NewsMax.com, March
        26, 2001.
 
163) Faria MA: National Gun Registration: The Road to Tyranny. Ideas on Liberty,
        March 2001. Reprinted as National Gun Registration: Paving the Road to
        Tyranny on NewsMax.com, August 31, 2001.
 
164) Faria MA: The Tainted Public-Health Model of Gun Control. Ideas on Liberty,
        April 2001.
 
165) Faria MA: Public Health and Gun Control: A Review. Part I: The Benefits of
        Firearms, NewsMax.com, April 12, 2001.
 
166) Faria MA: Public Health and Gun Control: A Review. Part II: Gun Violence and
       Constitutional Issues. NewsMax.com, April 19, 2001.
 
167) Faria MA: The AMA, Ethics and Gun Control (Part I). NewsMax.com, May 3,
        2001.
 
168) Faria MA: The AMA, Ethics and Gun Control (Part II). NewsMax.com, May 15,
        2001.
 
169) Faria MA: The AMA, Ethics and Gun Control (Part III). NewsMax.com, May 21,
        2001.
 
170) Faria MA: Public Health — From Science to Politics. Medical Sentinel
        2001;6(2):46-49.
 
171) Faria MA: The ‘Tavistock Pinciples’ of Medical Ethics Symposium. Tavistock
        “Shared Ethics” — A Slippery Slope. Medical Sentinel 2001;6(2):64.
 
172) Faria MA: Be Sure to Visit the Real Cuba. NewsMax.com, June 14, 2001.
 
173) Faria MA: The Fall of Fidel Castro. Part I: Death of the Maximum Leader.
        NewsMax.com, June 28, 2001.
 
174) Faria MA: The Fall of Fidel Castro. Part II: A Social(ist) Democracy or a
        Constitutional Republic for Cuba? NewsMax.com, July 6, 2001.
 
175) Faria MA: The Fall of Fidel Castro. Part III: The Sequel. NewsMax.com, July 17,
        2001.
 
176) Faria MA: The Fall of Fidel Castro. Part IV: The Final Chapter. NewsMax.com,
        July 25, 2001
 
177) Faria MA: U.S.-Cuba Policy: Betraying Friends for Fool’s Gold. NewsMax.com,
        July 27, 2001. (Reprinted on LaNuevaCuba.com, July 29, 2001.)
 
178) Faria MA: Who is Raul Castro? (Part I). NewsMax.com, August 15, 2001.
 
179) Faria MA: Who is Raul Castro? (Part II). NewsMax.com, August 22, 2001.
 
180) Faria MA: Point-Counterpoint. Should physicians routinely inquire about guns?
        No: This inquiry is an invasion of privacy. Western Journal of Medicine,
        September 2001;175:149.
 
181) Faria MA: Freedom and Security in the Age of Terrorism. NewsMax.com,
        September 28, 2001.
 
182) Faria MA: Pain Control or State Control? Medical Sentinel 2001;6(3):103-104.
 
183) Faria MA: Restricting heart procedures outmoded. Macon Telegraph, October 6,
        2001, p. 12A.
 
184) Faria MA: Doctors to Ask Patients About Gun Ownership. Medical Sentinel
        2001;6(4):115-117.
 
185) Faria MA: Book Review of James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo’s From
        Pathology to Politics: Public Health in America. Ideas on Liberty, January 2002.
 
186) Faria MA: Campaign Finance ‘Reform’: An Assault on Free Speech.
        NewsMax.com, February 11, 2002.
 
187) Faria MA: National Service — ‘Compassion Fascism’ by Any Other Name.
        NewsMax.com, February 22, 2002.
 
188) Faria MA: The Patients’ Bill of Rights in 2002. Medical Sentinel 2002;7(1):8-9.
 
189) Faria MA: Perpetual War. NewsMax.com, March 2, 2002.
 
190) Faria MA: Suggestions for President Carter’s Trip to Cuba. Macon Telegraph,
        April 27, 2002. Reprinted in NewsMax.com, April 30, 2002.
 
191) Faria MA: Prospecting for Fool’s Gold in Cuba — Again. NewsMax.com, May 16,
        2002.
 
192) Faria MA: The Never-Ending Cuban Embargo. Letter. The Wall Street Journal,
        May 17, 2002.
 
193) Faria MA: Gun Shows and Gun Control: McCain is at It Again! NewsMax.com,
        May 21, 2002.
 
194) Faria MA: A Correspondence with Bioethics Critic, Attorney Wesley J. Smith.
        Medical Sentinel 2002;7(2):44-47.
 
195) Faria MA: Public Policy by Lawsuits: U.S. Neurosurgeons Are Not Safe.
        Surg Neurol 2002;57(6):447-451.
 
196) Faria MA: The Pledge of Allegiance and the Separation of Powers.
        NewsMax.com, June 27, 2002.
 
197) Faria MA: The International Criminal Court — A Threat to our Legacy of
        Freedom. NewsMax.com, July 2, 2002.
 
198) Faria MA: Iraq and Cuba — Fitting Pieces in the West Nile Virus Puzzle?
        NewsMax.com, August 9, 2002.
 
199) Faria MA: Socialized Medicine in Cuba 2002. Part I: A Poor State of Health!
        NewsMax.com, August 20, 2002.
 
200) Faria MA: Socialized Medicine in Cuba 2002. Part II: Other Hidden Faces of
        Cuban Medicine. NewsMax.com, August 26, 2002.
 
201) Faria MA: The AMA, Medical Liability Tort Reform, and HMO Lawsuits.
        Medical Sentinel 2002;7(3):76-78.
 
202) Faria MA: It’s United Nations day in the U.S.! NewsMax.com, October 24, 2002.
 
203) Faria MA: No Trade With Cuba. (Capital Letters). Ideas on Liberty, November
        2002.
 
204) Faria MA: Guns and Violence. Medical Sentinel 2002;7(4):112-115, 118.
 
205) Faria MA: Medical History — Plagues and Epidemics. Medical Sentinel
        2002;7(4):119-121.
 
206) Faria MA: Medical History — Hygiene and Sanitation. Medical Sentinel
        2002;7(4):122-123.
 
207) Faria MA: Socialized Medicine (Hillary Care) Coming to Oregon? Medical
        Sentinel 2002;7(4):130.
 
208) Faria MA: Statistical Malpractice — 'Firearm Availability' and Violence
        (Part I): Politics or Science? Medical Sentinel 2002;7(4):132-133.
 
209) Faria MA: Statistical Malpractice — 'Firearm Availability' and Violence
        (Part II): Poverty, Education and other Socioeconomic Factors. NewsMax.com,
        March 25, 2002.
 
210) Faria MA: Gun Myths and the Warrior Spirit. NewsMax.com, July 10, 2002.
 
211) Faria MA: Ballistic Fingerprinting vs. Citizen Homeland Defense. NewsMax.com,
        October 21, 2002.
 
212) Faria MA: Cuba — Part I: The Silent War Against the Environment.
        NewsMax.com, November 2, 2002.
 
213) Faria MA: Cuba — Part II: The Hunter and the Hunted in the Lost Caribbean
        Paradise. NewsMax.com, November 10, 2002.
 
214) Faria MA: Cuban War Criminal Touring U.S. NewsMax.com, November 18,
        2002.
 
215) Faria MA: West Nile Virus: Bioweapon or Divine Punishment? NewsMax.com,
        November 22, 2002.
 
216) Faria MA: Further Suggestions for Those Visiting Communist (Fascist) Cuba.
        NewsMax.com, November 25, 2002.
 
217) Faria MA: Fidel Castro, Fine Rum and Cuban Cigars. NewsMax.com, December
        8, 2002.
 
218) Faria MA: Book Review: “Inside the Cuban Revolution.” NewsMax.com, May 17,
        2003.
 
219) Faria MA: “Democracy Delayed” — Post-totalitarianism and Sultanism.
        NewsMax.com, September 24, 2003.
 
220) Faria MA: A nation of thieves. WorldNetDaily.com, October 17, 2003.
 
221) Faria MA: “Democracy Delayed” — The Last Bastions of Marxism.
        LaNuevaCuba.com, October 22, 2003.
 
222) Faria MA: The Astounding Case of Soviet Defection Deception. NewsMax.com,
        October 31, 2003.
 
223) Faria MA: Patients’ Bill of Rights or Trial Lawyers’ Bill of Delights. Surg Neurol
        2003;59(4):333-334.
 
224) Faria MA: Medical Liability Tort Reform: A Neurosurgeon’s Perspective. Surg
        Neurol 2004;61(3):304-307.
 
225) Faria MA: Letter to the Editor. Surg Neurol 2004; 61(6):594-595.
 
226) Faria MA: “Unvanquished — Cuba’s Resistance to Fidel Castro.” A Review.
        LaNuevaCuba.com, June 28, 2004.
 
227) Faria MA: Bastille Day and the French Revolution. NewsMax.com, July 15,
        2004.
 
228) Faria MA: Bastille Day and the French Revolution. Part II: Maximilien
        Robespierre — The Incorruptible. LaNuevaCuba.com, July 21, 2004.
 
229) Faria MA: Fidel Castro and the 26th of July Movement. NewsMax.com, July 27,
        2004.
 
230) Faria MA: Bastille Day and the French Revolution. Part III: The Denouement.
        LaNuevaCuba.com, September 22, 2004.
 
231) Faria MA: An Old Dictator Stumbles. An Analysis. LaNuevaCuba.com, October
        24, 2004.
 
232) Faria MA: The Electoral College and the U.S. Presidential Elections — Revisited.
        NewsMax.com, November 8, 2004.
 
233) Faria MA: Reinventing Radicals — Girondins vs. Jacobins in the French
        Revolution (A Book Review). Part I: The Radical Jacobins. LaNuevaCuba.com,
        November 18, 2004.
 
234) Faria MA: Reinventing Radicals — Girondins vs. Jacobins in the French
        Revolution (A Book Review). Part II: The Brave Girondins. LaNuevaCuba.com,
        November 21, 2004.
 
235) Faria MA: Socialized (Free) Medical Care in Cuba. Part I: A Poor State of
        Health! Surg Neurol 2004;62(2):183-185.
 
236) Faria MA: Socialized Medicine in Cuba. Part II: “Doctor Diplomacy,” Sex
        Tourism and Medical Apartheid. Surg Neurol 2004;62(3):275-277.
 
237) Faria MA: Enhancing medical care in the United States via health savings
        accounts. Surg Neurol 2005;64(3):276-277.
 
238) Faria MA: Is there a right to medical care? Surg Neurol 2005;64(5):471-473.
 
239) Faria MA: Leadership versus consensus. Letter. Surg Neurol 2007;67(1):108.
 
240) Faria MA: Public health, social science, and the scientific method: Part I.
        Surg Neurol 2007;67(2):211-214.
 
241) Faria MA: Public health, social science, and the scientific method: Part II.
        Surg Neurol 2007;67(3):318-322.

242) Faria MA: Fidel Castro’s medical care in the socialized Cuban paradise.
        Surgical Neurology 2007;67(4):431-432.

243) Faria MA: Getting US in Line for ObamaCare and Medical Rationing!
        GOPUSA.com, March 18, 2010.

244) Faria MA: National Identity Card: Paving the Road to Tyranny. GOPUSA.com,
        April 12, 2010.

245) Faria MA: House Democrats Once Again Seek to Silence Political Speech.
        GOPUSA.com, June 17, 2010.

246) Faria MA: Comrade J — The Untold Secrets of Russian’s Master Spy in America
        After the End of the Cold War by Pete Earley (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, July 5, 2010.

247) Faria MA: Opening Trade with Cuba & Letting the US Taxpayers Foot the Bill!
        GOPUSA.com, July 8, 2010.

248) Faria MA: ObamaCare, Medical Privacy and Gun Rights. GOPUSA.com, August
        16, 2010.

249) Faria MA: Freedom — Liberty versus Equality (Part I). GOPUSA.com, August
        25, 2010.

250) Faria MA: Freedom — Liberty versus Equality (Part II). GOPUSA.com, August
        31, 2010.

251) Faria MA: Conservative Tidal Wave — 2010 Election Recap! GOPUSA.com,
        September 10, 2010.

252) Faria MA: Democrat Resentment: Bashing the USA and Traditional Values.
        GOPUSA.com, September 20, 2010.

253) Faria MA: Exposing the Real Che Guevara: And the Useful Idiots Who Idolize
        Him by Humberto Fontova (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, October
        27, 2010.

254) Faria MA: Political Consensus, Gridlock, and Socialism. GOPUSA.com,
        December 1, 2010.

255) Faria MA: The Tragedy in Arizona — A Mental Health Challenge Failure!
        GOPUSA.com, January 12, 2011.

256) Faria MA: The 50th Anniversary of the Bay of Pigs Invasion in Cuba.
        GOPUSA.com, April 15, 2011.

257) Faria MA: A History of (and Tribute to) the CIA and the Hunting Down and
        Death of Osama bin Laden. GOPUSA.com, May 9, 2011.

258) Faria MA: Deception — The Invisible War Between the KGB & the CIA by
        Edward Jay Epstein (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, June 5, 2011.

259) Faria MA: Churchill’s Deception: The Dark secret That Destroyed Nazi Germany
        by Louis C. Kilzer (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, June 19, 2011.

260) Faria MA: Hitler’s traitor: Martin Bormann and the Defeat of the Reich by Louis
        C. Kilzer (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, June 26, 2011.

261) Faria MA: Triumph and tragedy by Dmitri Antonovich Volkogonov (Book
        Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, July 10, 2011.

262) Faria MA: Stalin: The First In-depth Biography Based on Explosive New
        Documents from Russia’s Secret Archives by Edvard Radzinsky (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, July 13, 2011.

263) Faria MA: Gunrunning ATF Runs Amok! GOPUSA.com, July 18, 2011.

264) Faria MA: Unvanquished: Cuba’s Resistance to Fidel Castro by Enrique Encinosa
        (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, July 27, 2011.

265) Faria MA: The jewih Doctors’ Plot — The Aborted Holocaust in Stalin’s Russia.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, August 3, 2011.

266) Faria MA: The Electoral College in the U.S. Constitutional Republic.
        GOPUSA.com, August 24, 2011.

267) Faria MA: ObamaCare — Toward Free Market or Socialized Medicine?
        GOPUSA.com, September 26, 2011.

268) Faria MA: The Political Spectrum (Part I): The Totalitarian Left from
        Communism to Social Democracy. HaciendaPublishing.com, September
        28, 2011.

269) Faria MA: The Political Spectrum (Part II): The Center: A Democracy or a
        Constitutional Republic? HaciendaPublishing.com, October 14, 2011.

270) Faria MA: The Political Spectrum (Part III): The Extreme Right: Anarchism.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, October 21, 2011.

271) Faria MA: The Encyclopedia of Revolutions and Revolutionaries — From
        Anarchism to Zhou Enlai by Martin van Creveld (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, November 8, 2011.

272) Faria MA: Stalin’s Mysterious Death. Surg Neurol Int 2011, 2:161.

273) Faria MA: Beria — Stalin’s First Lieutenant by Amy Knight (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, December 23, 2011.

274) Faria MA:  Stalin's Loyal Executioner: People's Commissar Nikolai Ezhov,
        1895-1940 by Marc Jansen and Nikita Petrov (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, December 29, 2011.

275) Faria MA: Passport to Assassination: The Never-Before-Told Story of Lee
        Harvey Oswald by the KGB Colonel Who Knew Him. HaciendaPublishing.com,
        January 4, 2012.

276) Faria MA: Stalin, Communists, and Fatal Statistics. HaciendaPublishing.com,
        January 8, 2012.

277) Faria MA: Cuba (Part I): The Silent War Against the Environment.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, February 10, 2012.

278) Faria MA: Cuba (Part II): The Hunter and the Hunted in the Lost Caribbean
        Paradise. HaciendaPublishing.com, February 11, 2012.

279) Faria MA: The State by Franz Oppenheimer (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, February 14, 2012.

280) Faria MA: The Russian Political Turmoil (2012) — An American Perspective.
        Surg Neurol Int 2012;3:28.

281) Faria MA: Classical Liberalism vs Modern Liberalism (Socialism) — A Primer.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, March 21, 2012.

282) Faria MA: ObamaCare — Politics and Constitutionality. GOPUSA.com, March 27,
        2012.

283) Faria MA: The People’s Money: How Voters Will Balance the Budget and
        Eliminate the Federal Debt by Scott W. Rasmussen (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, April 17, 2012.

284) Faria MA: Separation of Church and State — Worshipping at the Altar of
        Secular Civic Religion? GOPUSA.com, April 19, 2012.

285) Faria MA: ObamaCare — Another step toward corporate socialized medicine
        in the U.S. Surg Neurol Int 2012;3:71.

286) Faria MA: Betrayal: The Ruling on ObamaCare and the Federal Judiciary.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, July 2, 2012.

287) Faria MA: America, guns and freedom: Part I: A recapitulation of liberty.
        Surg Neurol Int 2012;3:133.

288) Faria MA: America, guns and freedom: Part II — An international perspective.
        Surg Neurol Int 2012;3:135.

289) Faria MA: Young Stalin — from Georgia Bandit to Red Tsar!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, November 23, 2012.

290) Faria MA: Perinatal Mortality, Free Care, and Other Misconceptions — Socialized
        Medicine vis-à-vis American Medicine. HaciendaPublishing.com, November 27,
        2012.

291) Faria MA: The UN and Gun Rights — Taking a Soporific or Guarding the
        Precious Jewel? GOPUSA.com, December 12, 2012.

292) Faria MA: Cuban Espionage — The Saga of Florentino Aspillaga and the
        Assassination of JFK. HaciendaPublishing.com, December 13, 2012.

293) Faria MA: Mass shootings, mental health, and the sensationalization of violence
        — at what cost! GOPUSA.com, December 17, 2012.

294) Faria MA: KGB — The Secret Work of the Soviet Secret Agents by John Barron
        (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com, December 25, 2012.

295) Faria MA: Stalin — Breaker of Nations by Robert Conquest (Book Review).
        HaciendaPublishing.com, December 26, 2012.

296) Faria MA: Gun Control and the Hallmarks of Tyranny — A Reappraisal.
        GOPUSA.com, January 21, 2013.

297) Faria MA: Shooting rampages, mental health, and the sensationalization of
        violence. Surg Neurol Int 2013;4:16.

298) Faria MA: Spies of the Cold War. HaciendaPublishing.com, February 28, 2013.

299) Faria MA: China — spies, sexpionage, and cyber wars against America.
        GOPUSA.com, March 1, 2013.

300) Faria MA: Fidel and Raul Castro — Communist Brethren.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, March 7, 2013.

301) Faria MA: A critique of psychologist B.F. Skinner’s Beyond Freedom and Dignity.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, March 12, 2013.

302) Faria MA: Violence, mental illness, and the brain — A brief history of
        psychosurgery: Part 1 — From Trephination to lobotomy. Surg Neurol Int
        2013;4:49.

303) Faria MA: Farewell — The Greatest Spy Story of the Twentieth Century by
        Sergei Kostin and Eric Raynaud (Book Review). HaciendaPublishing.com,
        April 9, 2013.

304) Faria MA: Violence, mental illness, and the brain — A brief historyof
        psychosurgery: Part 2 — From the limbic system and cingulotomy to deep
        brain stimulation. Surg Neurol Int 2013;4:75.

305) Faria MA: The First Man in Rome — The Apotheosis of Gaius Marius!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, June 4, 2013.

306) Faria MA: The Grass Crown — Ancient Rome: Marius vs Sulla and the
        Marsian Wars! HaciendaPublishing.com, June 6, 2013.

307) Faria MA: Fortune’s Favorites in Ancient Rome — Sulla, Pompey, Crassus
        and Caesar. HaciendaPublishing.com, July 8, 2013.

308) Faria MA: Violence, mental illness, and the brain — A brief history of
        psychosurgery: Part 3 — From deep brain stimulation to amygdalotomy
        for violent behavior, seizures, and pathological aggression in humans.
        Surg Neurol Int 2013;4:91.

309) Faria MA: Caesar’s Women — McCullough’s Idolatry and Politics in Ancient
        Rome. HaciendaPublishing.com, August 14, 2013.

310) Faria MA: Liberal Orthodozy and the Squelching of Political or Scientific Dissent.
        GOPUSA.com, August 19, 2013.

311) Faria MA: A Constitutional Convention — Not the Way to Amend the U.S.
       Constitution! GOPUSA.com, September 23, 2013.

312) Faria MA: Rationing irrationally in anticipation of ObamaCare. GOPUSA.com,
        October 4, 2013.

313) Faria MA: Caesar — The Conquest of Gaul, Civil War, and Death of
       Pompey the Great. HaciendaPublishing.com, October 6, 2013.

314) Faria MA: Unraveling the Mystery of the Century! HaciendaPublishing.com,
        October 29, 2013.

315) Faria MA: The October Horse — Civil War in Ancient Rome and the Death
        knell of the Republic! HaciendaPublishing.com, November 17, 2013.

316) Faria MA: Cloak and Dagger Dullness While Bashing the CIA! A review of the
        movie The Good Shepherd (2006). HaciendaPublishing.com, November 19,
        2013.

317) Faria MA: Fidel Castro, Cuban Intelligence and the Assassination of JFK.
        GOPUSA.com, November 21, 2013.

318) Faria MA: Antony and Cleopatra — The Battle of Actium and the End of
        Hellenistic Egypt! HaciendaPublishing.com, November 28, 2013.

319) Faria MA: Spying from the belly of the beast in the Revolutionary Guards
        of Iran. HaciendaPublishing.com, December 1, 2013.

320) Faria MA: From courageous widow to avenging spy! A book review of
        The Widow Spy (2012). HaciendaPublishing.com, December 5, 2013.

321) Faria MA: An “American James Bond” — Anti-communist Freedom Fighter,
        Frank Sturgis. HaciendaPublishing.com, December 8, 2013.

322) Faria MA: JFK Assassination Case Closed But the Conspiracy Refuses to Die!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, January 3, 2014.

323) Faria MA: From Babur to Aurangzub — India under the Moghuls.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, January 13, 2014.

324) Faria MA: James Monroe — America’s Last Founding Father!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, January 29, 2014.

325) Faria MA: John Quincy Adams — From Child Prodigy and Diplomat to U.S.
        President and Militant Abolitionist! HaciendaPublishing.com, February 1, 2014.

 326) Faria MA: Roosevelt and Stalin — The Subversion of FDR’s Government
         by Communist Traitors and Fellow Travelers. HaciendaPublishing.com,
         February 3, 2014.

327) Faria MA: Concerns remain on calls for a “Convention of States” to restore
        the nation. GOPUSA.com, February 10, 2014.

328) Faria MA: From the Heroism of the knights of Malta (1565) to the Victory at
        the Battle of Lepanto (1571). HaciendaPublishing.com, February 15, 2014.

329) Faria MA: The Story of the Mamlukes by British Commander Glubb Pasha
        (1897-1986). HaciendaPublishing.com, February 19, 2014.

330) Faria MA: Suleiman the Magnificent and His Time. HaciendaPublishing.com,
        March 4, 2014.

331) Faria MA: Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine — Tsarism or Stalinism anew?
        GOPUSA.com, March 5, 2014.

332) Faria MA: Prince Rupert of the Rhine — Warrior Prince and the Last Cavalier!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, March 17, 2014.

333) Faria MA: Obama’s Mid-term Report Card — Foreign Policy at a glance!
        GOPUSA.com, March 24, 2014.

334) Faria MA: The Ten Greatest Adventurers in History. HaciendaPublishing.com,
        April1, 2014.

335) Faria MA: Obama’s Mid-term (Spring 2014) Report Card — Protecting the
         Personal Freedom of Americans! GOPUSA.com, April 7, 2014.

336) Faria MA: Mao Tse-tung — The Unknown Story of How the Chairman let China
        to Communist Hell! HaciendaPublishing.com, April 14, 2014.

337) Faria MA: American Naïveté — European social democracies and gun control.
        GOPUSA.com, April 15, 2014.

338) Faria MA: The Mythic Long March of the Red Army Led by Chairman Mao.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, May 22, 2014.

339) Faria MA: Georges Danton — The Fallen Titan of the French Revolution!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, June 17, 2014.

340) Faria MA: The Long March (1934-1936) and the forgotten saga of the Western
        Legion of the 4th Army — as recounted by survivors. HaciendaPublishing.com,
        June 28, 2014.

341) Faria MA: The Ten Shadiest and most Devious Politicians/Statesmen/
        Revolutionists — From ancient times to the early 20th century.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, July 1, 2014.

342) Faria MA: Alexander Hamilton — American patriot, financial genius, builder of
        the United States! HaciendaPublishing.com, August 21, 2014.

343) Faria MA: George Washington — Father of the United States of America.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, September 20, 2014.

344) Faria MA: Scotland and Britain and the historic referendum for Scottish
        independence — a disinterested view from afar. HaciendaPublishing.com,
        September 22, 2014.

345) Faria MA: A Nation of Elois? GOPUSA.com, October 1, 2014.

346) Faria MA: The road being paved to neuroethics: A path leading to bioethics
        or to neuroscience medical ethics? Surg Neurol Int 2014;5:146.

347) Faria MA: A defense of Western culture and civilization without apologies.

        HaciendaPublishing.com, November 16, 2014.

348) Faria MA: Looting and Burning — Trampling the Rule of Law! GOPUSA.com,
        November 27, 2014.

349) Faria MA: Fighting Lost Causes in the American Civil War.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, December 7, 2014.

350) Faria MA: The Real Story Behind the Spy Swap between Cuba and the U.S.
        GOPUSA.com, December 29, 2014.

351) Faria MA: A Tribute to Faustino Oramas, the legendary Cuban composer
        and musician. HaciendaPublishing.com, January 14, 2015.

352) Faria MA: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn — Towering figure of the 20th century and
        his enduring legacy of freedom! HaciendaPublishing.com, February 4, 2015.

353) Faria MA: American Naïveté: So you have nothing to hide! GOPUSA.com,
        February 17, 2014.

354) Faria MA: The American ‘gun culture’ that saved Europe. GOPUSA.com,
        February 24, 2015.

355) Faria MA: Bioethics and why I hope to live beyond age 75 attaining wisdom!
         — A rebuttal to Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel’s 75 age limit. Surg Neurol Int
        05-Mar-2015;6:35.

356) Faria MA: Forgotten lessons on medical history for medical students.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, March 9, 2015.

357) Faria MA: A history of medicine from a secular humanist perspective!
        HaciendaPublishing.com, March 20, 2015.

358) Faria MA. Longevity and compression of morbidity from a neuroscience
        perspective: Do we have a duty to die by a certain age? Surg Neurol
        Int 2015;6:49.

359) Faria MA. Is the Catholic Church and the Vatican popes responsible for
        pedophilia as well as female genital mutilation? HaciendaPublishing.com,
        April 11, 2015.

360) Faria MA. Police shootings and the militarization of law enforcement.
        GOPUSA.com, April 14, 2015.

361) Faria MA. Turkey and the Armenian genocide: Attacking friends and
        rewarding enemies. HaciendaPublishing.com, April 25, 2015.

362) Faria MA. Police shootings and black on black crime. GOPUSA.com,
        April 27, 2015.

363) Faria MA. Neolithic trepanation decoded — A unifying hypothesis:
        Has the mystery as to why primitive surgeons performed cranial surgery
        been solved? Surg Neurol Int 2015;6(1):72.

364) Faria MA. The dog and pony show of year round electioneering and the
        mainstream media. GOPUSA.com, May 12, 2015.

365) Faria MA. A fascinating look at primitive and ancient medicine by medical
        historian and classical scholar Plinio Prioreschi, MD, PhD. Surg Neurol Int
        2015;6:87.

366) Faria MA. A journey through time to ancient Greek medicine with medical
        historian and classical scholar Plinio Prioreschi, MD, PhD. Surg Neurol Int
        2015;6:100.

367) Faria MA. Another medical journey to ancient Rome and Roman medicine
        with medical historian Plinio Prioreschi, MD, PhD. Surg Neurol Int
        15-Jun-2015;6:104.

368) Faria MA. Religious morality (and secular humanism) in Western civilization
        as precursors to medical ethics: A historic perspective Surg Neurol Int
        2015;6:105.

369) Faria MA. Land Grab by the government — A growing problem.
        Macon Telegraph, June 30, 2015.

370) Faria MA. On morality, herbal remedies, and scientific methodologies —
        A correspondence between Dr. Russell L. Blaylock and Dr. Miguel A. Faria.
        HaciendaPublishing.com, July 4, 2015.

BIBLIOGRAPHY II: BOOKS AND CHAPTERS

1)  Lubin MF. Walker KE and Smith RB (editors). The Medical Management of the Surgical   Patient. Boston/London. Butterworth Inc., 1982.

  a. Faria MA, Tindall GT: Craniotomy for brain tumor. In: The Medical Management of the Surgical Patient. Lubin, Walker, and Smith (editors). Butterworth Inc., 1982.

  b. Faria MA, Tindall GT:  Evacuation of subdural hematoma. In: The Medical
     Management of the Surgical Patient. Lubin, Walker, and Smith (editors).
     Butterworth Inc., 1982. 

2)  Givens JR, ed. (1982). Hormone Secreting Pituitary Tumors. Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc. pp. 275–297. ISBN 0-8151-3530-0. Faria MA, Tindall GT: Transphenoidal microsurergy for Prolactin-secreting pituitary adenomas.

3)  Fein J, Flamm E, ed. (1985). Cerebrovascular Surgery (Volume III). Springer-Verlag. pp. 785–804. ISBN 0-387-96041-4. Tindall GT, Faria MA, Fleischer AS: Graded carotid ligation for aneurysm of the anterior circulation.

4)  Matsumoto S, Sato K, Tamaki N, ed. (1985). Annual Review of Hydrocephalus, Volume 3. Tokyo, Japan: Neuron Publishing, Co. pp. 120–121. ISBN 978-4931101210.Faria MA, Hoffman JC, O'Brien MS: Metrizamide Cisternography and the Management of the Chiari II Malformation.

5)  Faria MA. Vandals At The Gates of Medicine — Historic Perspectives on the Battle
     Over Health Care Reform. Hacienda Publishing, Inc., Macon, Georgia, 1995.

6)  Faria MA. Medical Warrior: Fighting Corporate Socialized Medicine, Hacienda
     Publishing, Inc., Macon, Georgia, 1997.

7)  Faria MA. Cuba in Revolution — Escape From a Lost Paradise. Hacienda
      Publishing, Inc., Macon, Georgia, 2002.

8)  Egendorf, Laura K (Ed) (2005). Guns and Violence — Current Controversies. Farmington Hills, Michigan: Thomson Gale — Greenhaven Press; p. 39–53. ISBN 0737722061. Faria MA: Gun Violence Is Not a Public Health Crisis.

Neuroscience, surgical, and Medical books citing Dr. Miguel Faria's work:

1. Schwartz TH, Anand VK. “Transsphenoidal Surgery for Giant Macroadenomas” in Endoscopic Pituitary Surgery: Endocrine, Neuro-Ophthalmologic and Surgical Management. New York, NY: Thieme, November 23, 2011.

2. Bonneville J, Cattin F, Dietemann J. Computed tomography of the Pituitary Gland. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media, 1986, p. 69.

3. Deutsch M. Management of Childhood Brain Tumors (Foundations of Neurological Surgery). New York, NY: Springer; October 4, 2013, p. 322.

4. Kannan CR. The Pituitary Gland (Cllinical Surveys in Endocrinology) (Volume 1). New York, NY: Springer; October 4, 2013, p. 409, 421.

5. Santen R, Manni A. Diagnosis and Management of Endocrine-related Tumors. New York, NY: Springer; September 30, 1984, p. 43.

6. Lynn J, Bloom SR. Surgical Endocrinology. Oxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann; October 22, 2013, p. 188.

7. Yasargil MG, Curcic M, Abernathey CD. Microneurosurgery. Surgical Endocrinology. New York, NY: Thieme; 1996, p. 479.

8. Aghi MK, Blevins LS. Management of Pituitary Tumors, An Issue of Neurosurgery Clinics 1e (The Clinics: Surgery). Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders; October 23, 2012.

9. Manni A. Endocrinology of Breast Cancer (Contemporary Endocrinology).  New York, NY: Humana Press; April 13, 2013, p. 19.

10. Laws ER, Lanzino G. Transsphenoidal Surgery. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders; August 23, 2010, p. 190.

11. Keravel Y, Sindou M. Giant Intracranial Aneurysms: Therapeutic Approaches. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media; December 6, 2012, p. 145.

12. Lanzer P, Topol EJ. Pan Vascular Medicine: Integrated Clinical Management. New York, NY: Springer; December 20, 2013, p. 1208.

13. Sugita K. Microneurosurgical Atlas. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media; December 6, 2012, 1979.

14. Yasargil MG. Microneurosurgery, Volume II: Clinical Considerations, Surgery of the Intracranial Aneurysms and Results. New York, NY: Thieme; January 1, 1984, p. 379.

15. Dietz H, Brock M, Klinger M. Advances in Neurosurgery 13: Extra-Intracranial Vascular Anastomoses Microsurgery at the Edge of the Tentorium. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media; December 6, 2012.

16. Berenstein A, Lasjaunias P, Brugge KG. Surgical Neuroanagiography: Volume 2: Clinical and Endovascular Treatment Aspects in Adults. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media; December 6, 2012, p 1202.

17. Yasargil MG. Microneurosurgery, Volume IIIA: AVM of the Brain, History, Embryology, Pathological Considerations, Hemodynamics, Diagnostic Studies, Microsurgical Anatomy. New York, NY: Thieme; January 1, 1987, p. 385.

18. Dickman CA, Spetzler RF, Sonntag VKH. Surgery of the Craniovertebral Junction. New York, NY: Thieme; 1998, p. 313.

19. Stieg PE, Batjer HH, Samson D. Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; October 25, 2006, p. 79.

20. Lasjaunias P. Vascular Diseases in Neonates, Infants and Children: Interventional Neuroradiology Management. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media; 1997, p. 668.

21. Cohadon F (ed.). Advances and Technical Standards in Neurosurgery, Volume 24. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media; December 6, 2012, p. 154, 206.

22. Mohr JP, Grotta JC, Wolf PA, et al. Stroke: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Health Sciences; May 13, 2011.

23. Wright KW, Strube YNJ. Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, September 27, 2012, p. 564.

24. Youmans JR. Neurological Surgery: A Comprehensive Reference Guide to the Diagnosis and Management of Neurosurgical Problems, Volume 2. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 1990, p. 1456.

25. Rosenbaum AL, Santiago AP. Clinical Strabismus Management: Principles and Surgical Techniques. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders; 1999, p. 158.

26. Rekate HL. Comprehensive Management of Spina Bifida. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; December 13, 1990, p. 90.

Partial list of general books in which the work of Dr. Miguel A. Faria is cited:

1. Bennett JT, DiLorenzo TJ. From Pathology to Politics: Public Health in America. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction Publishers; June 20, 2000, p. 57, 147. ISBN 978-0765800237

2. Russo G, Molton S. Brothers in Arms: The Kennedys, The Castros, and the Politics of Murder. New York, NY: Bloomsbury USA; 2009, p. 43. ISBN 1596915323

3. Savage M. Trickle Up Poverty: Stopping Obama’s Attack on Our Borders, Economy, and Security. New York, NY: William Morrow; 2010, p. 331. ISBN 0062010972

4. HRH Princess Michael of Kent. The Serpent and the Moon: Two Rivals for the Love of a Renaissance King. New York, NY: Touchstone; 2004, p. 383. ISBN 978-0743251044

5. Lett D. Phoenix Rising: The Rise and Fall of the American Republic. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse; 2003, p. xvii. ISBN 978-1434364111

6. Perez L., De Aragon U. Cuban Studies 34 (Pittsburgh Cuban Studies). Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press; 2004, p. 263. ISBN 978-0822942191

7. Pratt LD. On the Firing Line: Essays in the Defense of Liberty. Franklin, TN: Legacy Publishing; 2001, p. 150. ISBN 978-1880692516

8. Bijlefeld M. People For and Against Gun Control: A Biographical Reference. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press; 1999, p. 86–89. ISBN 978-0313306907

9. Orient J. Sapira's Art & Science of Bedside Diagnosis. 2nd Edition. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2000.

10. Clancy T. Countries of the World: Republic of Cuba. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; February 9, 2012, p. 21, 89-92.

11. Bernstein A. The Capitalist Manifesto: The Historic, Economic, and Philosophic Case for Laissez-Faire. Lanham, MD: University Press of America; July 21, 2005, p. 464, 478.

12. Pupo R. America's Service Meltdown: Restoring Service Excellence in the Age of the Customer. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger; June 16, 2010, p. 155.

13. Márquez-Sterling, Manuel. Cuba 1952-1959: The True Story of Castro’s Rise to Power. Kleiopatria Digital Press; October 14, 2009, p. 195, 240.

14. Milton, Giles. “The Mysterious Death of Joseph Stalin” in When Stalin Robbed a Bank: Fascinating Footnotes from History. United Kingdom: John Murray Publishers; November 6, 2014.

15. Mitchell CB, Riley DJ. Christian Bioethics: A Guide for Pastors, Health Care Professionals, and Families. Nashville, TN: B&H Academic; December 15, 2014, p. 173, 200.

16. Stange M, Oyster C. Gun Women: Firearms and Feminism in Contemporary America. New York, NY: New York University Press; September 1, 2000, p. 235.

17. Hyde S. Cured! The Insider’s Handbook for Health Care Reform. Denver, CO: HobNob Publishing, June 8, 2009, p. 446.

18. McComble B. “Biased Gun Studies” in Notes From Coast to Coast. Field and Stream 2001:August;14.

19. Stange M. Woman the Hunter. Boston, MA: Beacon Press; July 1, 1998, p. 202.

20. Morell LG. The Mafia of Havana — The Cuban Cosa Nostra. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse; January 16, 2003, p. xvii.

21. Donohue B. Why Catholicism Matters: How Catholic Virtues Can Reshape Society in the 21st Century. New York, NY: Doubleday Religious Publishing Group; June 25, 2013, p. 286.

22. Wahl HC. The Truth-Seeker’s Guide to Proving The Father, Proving the Son, and Applying the Holy Spirit: Analyzing the World Through A Biblical Lens. Nashville, TN: CrossBooks Publishing; February 2, 2012, p. 510.

23. Boyack C. Latter-Day Responsibility: Choosing Liberty Through Personal Accountability. Springville, UT: Cedar Fort, Inc.; November 13, 2012, p. 37, 53.

24. Key S. Love Under Siege: A Huguenot Romance. Bloomington, IN: Westbow Press; 2015, p. xi.

Partial list of articles in which Dr. Miguel A. Faria or some of his work is cited:

1. Hyman, DA (1995). "Book Review of Vandals at the Gates of Medicine – Historic Perspectives on the Battle Over Health Care Reform." The New England Journal of Medicine, February 23, 1995 – Vol. 332, No. 8, pp. 542–543 332 (8). p. 542. doi:10.1056/NEJM199502233320818

2. Meier CF. "Medical Warrior: A Reminder of the Past Failings of Socialistic Meddling with the Medical Marketplace". Ideas on Liberty 1998;48(12):753–754.

3. Orient JM. Vandals at the Gate of Medicine: Historic Perspectives on the Battle Over Health Care Reform. JAMA. 1995;273(11):892-893. doi:10.1001/jama.1995.03520350074036

4. Kantor M. "An Evening with Dr. Faria." FrontPageMagazine.com, 4 June 2002. Retrieved 18 August 2012.

5. McMillan C. "Why is there no Thanksgiving in Havana?" WorldNetDaily.com, 28 November 2002.

6. Schneider C. CDC: Politics affected gun violence research. Atlanta Journal Constitution, December 19, 2012.

7. Trager R. In the line of fire. Research Europe, July 2, 2013.

8. Sheridan K. U.S. experts urge focus on ethics in brain research. Agence France-Presse, May 14, 2014.

9. Karl-Olof Lövblad, MD, Karl Schaller, MD, and Maria Isabel Vargas, MD. The Fornix and Limbic System. Semin Ultrasound CT MRI 35:459-473, 2014 Elsevier Inc. 

Published Interviews of Dr. Miguel A. Faria:

1. Kantor M. Interview with Dr. Miguel Faria (Part I). NewsMax.com, June 14, 2002.

2. Kantor M. Interview with Dr. Miguel Faria (Part II). NewsMax.com, June 15, 2002.

3. Kantor M. A Cuban Southerner's defense of the South: An interview with Dr. Miguel A. Faria Jr.  LewRockwell.com, January 4, 2003.

4. Dr. Miguel A. Faria, World Affairs Editor of Surgical Neurology International (SNI) and Founder and Editor Emeritus of the Medical Sentinel, is interviewed by Randall Savage, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, regarding Dr. Faria's stint at the CDC, public health and gun control, and other topics for Savage's show Close-Up, WMAZ-TV, May 5, 2012. Posted courtesy of 13WMAZ. May 5, 2012

5. John Popp of NRANews conducts a radio interview with Dr. Miguel Faria following the publication of his article, "Guns and Freedom — Civilian Disarmament and Tyranny," on GOPUSA. In this interview, Dr. Faria outlines the dangers of civilian disarmament by tyrannical governments, and explains how this could even happen here in the United States and cites examples. Dec 4, 2012

6. Ginny Simone of NRANews conducts a radio interview with Dr. Miguel Faria following the publication of his article, "Guns and Freedom: The UN and the Second Amendment," on GOPUSA. In this interview, Dr. Faria outlines the dangers in the pending UN Small Arms Treaty. Nov 19, 2012.

7. Schneider C. Gun research 2013 — An interview with Dr. Miguel A. Faria. An article was written by Mr. Schneider and published in the Atlanta Journal Constitution on December 19, 2012. The full interview was published on HaciendaPublishing.com, January 20, 2013.

8. Trager R. Gun Research 2013 — An interview with Dr. Miguel A. Faria. An article was written by Ms. Trager and published in Research Europe on July 2, 2013. The full interview was published on HaciendaPublishing.com, February 7, 2013.

9. La Sociedad Iberoamericana de Información Científica (SIIC). Medios De Comunicacion, Salud Mental y Ataques Con Armas De Fuego entrevista del Dr. Miguel A. Faria, Jr., en referencia al artículo "Shooting Rampages, Mental Health, and the Sensationalization of Violence." 20 de Noviembre, 2013.

10. Dr. Miguel A. Faria, Associate Editor-in-Chief and World Affairs Editor of Surgical Neurology International (SNI) is interviewed by Randall Savage, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, regarding Dr. Faria's concerns about the "Convention of States" proposal as a means of amending the U.S. Constitution for Savage's show Close-Up, WMAZ-TV, March 2, 2014.

11. Sheridan K. Medical ethics of Hippocrates or population-based bioethics — A symposium based on the interview of Dr. Miguel A. Faria.  An article was written by Ms. Sheridan and published in Agence France-Presse on May 14, 2014. The full interview was published on HaciendaPublishing.com, May 15, 2014.

Revised: 07/09/2015

Dr. Faria has written over 300 medical, scientific and professional articles, letters or editorials published in the medical literature. More than seventy of these articles are currently listed in PubMed under Faria MA Jr. and Faria MA or under his Goggle scholar listing.

Additionally, certain history articles written by Dr. Miguel Faria may be found at his author page at realclearhistory.com.

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