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August 31, 1935

Association News

JAMA. 1935;105(9):724. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760350084018

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RADIO BROADCASTS  The American Medical Association will broadcast over the Blue network of the National Broadcasting Company at 5 p. m. eastern standard time (4 o'clock central standard time, 3 o'clock mountain time) October 1 and each Tuesday thereafter, presenting a dramatized program with incidental music under the general theme of "Medical Emergencies and How They Are Met." The title of the program will be Your Health. The program will be recognizable by a musical salutation through which the voice of the announcer will offer a toast: "Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Health!" The theme of the program will be repeated each week in the opening announcement, which informs the listener that the same medical knowledge and the same doctors that are mobilized for the meeting of grave medical emergencies are available in every community, day and night, for the promotion of the health of the people. Each program will include

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