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Cashing In on the Syphilis Program
In a previous issue of The Journal, comment was made on the trend toward multiplication of organizations ostensibly devoted to "social hygiene,"1 specifically the activity of lay groups against syphilis. Such groups, often sincere in...
Visual Standards for Licensure to Operate Motor Vehicles
Preliminary Report of Special Committee at Atlantic City Session
NELSON M. BLACK, M.D., MIAMI, FLA.; HARRY S. GRADLE, M.D., CHICAGO, and ALBERT C. SNELL, M.D., ROCHESTER, N. Y.
In 1925 a...
American Farm Bureau Federation Study
Prepared by the Bureau of Medical Economics
A questionnaire prepared by the American Farm Bureau Federation in cooperation with the Bureau of Medical Economics of the American Medical Association was published in the...
Report on Federal Legislation Relating to Foods, Drugs, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Devices and Cosmetics
By the Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation, American Medical Association
The Physician's Interest in Such Legislation.—...
County Medical Societies and Group Hospitalization
A Statement Prepared by the Bureau of Medical Economics
The House of Delegates at the Atlantic City session this year adopted the following principles, "in the interest of fairness, efficiency, and greater...
Broadcasting Health Material for America's Schools
A Statement by the Bureau of Health and Public Instruction
The radio program Your Health, broadcast by the American Medical Association and the National Broadcasting Company over a nationwide network, is...
Group Health Association, Incorporated
HEALTH INSURANCE AND CORPORATE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE UNDER FEDERAL AUSPICES
Prepared by the Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation
Unlicensed and unregulated health insurance and corporate...
Very little has been written on the subject of pathologic fractures. A brief but very good discussion was given by Key and Conwell.1 Pathologic fractures are taken for granted, recognized and forgotten, perhaps justly so. Yet the question often arises whether a pathologic fracture is or...
In 1935 the literature related to the pathologic changes incident to exposure to heat was reviewed, and the lesions produced by accurately controlled fever therapy in two human beings and twenty experimental animals were reported.1 Briefly, the pathologic changes noted may be summarized...
The subject of primary carcinoma of the lungs has attained such widespread interest in the past two decades that it may seem vain repetition to attempt to overcram an already voluminous literature with further case reports. On the other hand, some of the most important therapeutic issues...
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