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To the Editor:—
The introduction of the caduceus as the insignia of the Medical Corps of the U. S. Army is not an error as stated by Dr. James E. Cottrell (J. A. M. A. 158:1308 [Aug. 6] 1955). In a paper entitled "Medical Symbols and Medical Saints" published in...
V, A "NEW" Rh ANTIGEN, COMMON IN NEGROES, RARE IN WHITE PEOPLE
Albert DeNatale, Ph.C. Amos Cahan, M.D. James A. Jack, M.S., New York Robert R. Race, Ph.D. and Ruth Sanger, Ph.D., London, England
A "new" blood group antibody has been found in the serum of a...
The Clinical Meeting of the American Medical Association to be held in Boston, November 29 to December 2, 1955, marks the ninth assembly of this winter feature. Since its inauguration in Cleveland in January, 1948, the clinical meeting has developed a distinctive pattern and has become...
To the Editor:—
Several months ago, I proposed a plan for retiring doctors that was published in the Correspondence section of The Journal (158:216 [May 21] 1955). The response from many doctors was very encouraging. Some have suggested that the American Medical...
Course in Pathological Physiology.—
University of California Extension in Los Angeles will open a course in pathological physiology to graduates of approved medical schools, Mondays, 7:30-9:30 p. m., Oct. 3-Dec. 19, in the third...
The number of hospitals approved for residency training has remained relatively constant for the past few years. There have been of course, some changes in the status of these institutions as new programs are approved and others are dropped from the list of recognized services. In the...
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