Archive March 2012 XIII, No. 3

Editor's Page

A Surgeon's Video Game Addiction

Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief

Ophthalmologist Andrew Doan, MD, PhD, is a recovering video game addict. In a book due out soon, "Hooked On Games: The Lure and Cost of Internet and Video Game Addiction" (www.hooked-on-games.com), the Vietnamese immigrant details how he almost lost everything important in his life due to his gaming addiction — his family, his prestigious medical career, his health.

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