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This issue of The Journal carries the 55th Annual Report on Medical Education in the United States and Canada prepared by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. Its objective is to inform the profession and all others interested of the current...
The material on the following pages constitutes the 55th annual report on "Medical Education in the United States and Canada," compiled by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals. It includes data derived from official sources concerning schools...
Col. Dwight M. Kuhns has been named deputy director of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.—Col. Bryan C. T. Fenton has been appointed chief of the supply division in the office of the surgeon general, replacing Col....
Lawyers and physicians will be taking a major step toward better understanding in the medicolegal field when they meet together at three regional symposiums in October (see this issue, page 611). The need for closer cooperation becomes more apparent with each additional change in our...
To the Editor:—
An outbreak of herpangina occurred in Tokyo from April of this year; over 60 patients have been observed. Many of the cases occurred in several dormitories scattered in Tokyo, which include from about 40 to over 100 households, whereas about 15 cases...
The production and availability of radioactive isotopes have presented to the medical profession many valuable agents for use in the fields of medical diagnosis, therapy, and research; however, the basic knowledge and disciplines necessary for the proper use of these substances are not...
Workmen's Compensation Lectures.—
Lectures on California workmen's compensation will be given at the University of California Extension Center, 813 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, on Mondays, 7-9 p. m., for 15 weeks beginning Oct. 10....
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