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May 19, 1962


JAMA. 1962;180(7):547-548. doi:10.1001/jama.1962.03050200031012

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The rapidly changing world in which we live makes it more imperative than ever that all physicians keep abreast of the latest advances in all aspects of medicine and keep fully and accurately informed on social problems that confront us. It is not enough simply to pay lip service to the high ideals that have been the keystone of medicine; rather, we must implement these ideals by dynamic action.

The Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association is unique in that it brings together all medical disciplines. It offers us the latest information in the broad field of medicine and its specialties. A superb program has been arranged for our instruction and enjoyment by our medical associates and officers. The newest and best methods and techniques of dealing with many specific medical and surgical problems have been justly stressed. The speakers have been selected for their knowledge and ability to

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