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To the Editor:
—Kindly give publicity to the following:Under date of April 13, 1930, I received a letter from Dr. Arthur F. Stotts, Colonel, Medical Reserve Corps, Galesburg, Ill., stating that a representative of the Medical Interpreter had informed him that the Medical Interpreter was published in conjunction with the Public Health Service and the Army Medical Library, and requesting information in regard to the matter. Under date of September 2 I had a similar letter from Dr. W. L. Casler, Marquette, Mich., and under date of October 13, a similar one from Dr. Ewald Hermann.These letters suggest that there is a systematic effort to make it appear that the Medical Interpreter bears an official relationship to the public health services and especially to the Army Medical Library.The facts are that two employees of the Medical Interpreter, women without medical training so far as I know, utilize
Ireland MW. THE "MEDICAL INTERPRETER". JAMA. 1930;95(19):1445. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720190057028