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September 19, 1936

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JAMA. 1936;107(12):970-971. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770380052017
Abstract

RADIO HEALTH DRAMAS RESUMED  Beginning October 13, the American Medical Association and the National Broadcasting Company resume the health dramatizations broadcast during 1935-1936 under the title Your Health. The first program will be broadcast October 13 and will be the thirty-second nation-wide dramatized program broadcast by the American Medical Association. Details as to the time of day, the stations to which the program will be available, and the topics will be found under Association News in this issue of The Journal. These dramatized radio programs have been described in the American Medical Association Bulletin.1 The dramatic technic has met with the approval of the profession and of the public. Mail from our audiences did not cease with the termination of the first series of dramatized broadcasts in May. Throughout the summer letters have continued to come referring to programs given several months prior to the date of the letter

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