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Issue 44 of Star Trek Monthly was the late September 1998 issue.


First Contact
Darryl Curtis on 24th century medicine.
The Best of All Worlds
Interview – Alexander Siddig – "El Sid"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview – DeForest Kelley – "The Real McCoy"
by Ian Spelling.
Space Sickness
Chris Gardner looks at disease and illness in the Star Trek universe.
Disease Data– information on various diseases encountered.
Interview – Roxann Dawson – "Will She Always Have Paris?"
by David Bassom.
Torres' Time – character profile.
A Fistful of Data
Registry schemes – why the Defiant isn't 1764-A, B'Elanna Torres being authorized to eject the warp core in "Day of Honor" but not "Cathexis".
From Actors to Authors
James Swallow looks at the preponderance of Star Trek performers who venture into the world of novel writing.
Book extract
Pocket VOY: Pathways.
From the Replicator
The Glass Design Studio's dedication plaque mirror, Rubies Costumes, Klaus Davis jackets.
The Collective: Playmates' mail-away Benjamin Sisko figure from Crossroads of Time.
US Update: SkyBox, stand-ups, CCG: Official Tournament Sealed Deck, Playmates mail-away offers.
Read Out: Avenger, Spectre, Planet X, Star Trek: Invasion! Omnibus; Pocket Books forthcoming release schedule.
On Screen: No reviews this issue, due to release cycle, CIC Video forthcoming release schedule.
Competitions: CCG: The First Anthology, Warped Factors.
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