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January 13, 1934


JAMA. 1934;102(2):132-133. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750020044014

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At a meeting held at the headquarters of the American Medical Association in Chicago recently, the Council on Scientific Assembly and the secretaries of the various sections announced some of the plans already made for the Cleveland session. These indicate the appearance of several new features as well as the maintenance of the extraordinary opportunities for graduate education in medicine that have been associated with previous meetings.

Prominent at the Cleveland session will be a series of General Scientific Meetings planned wholly for the advancement of the practitioner in subjects of current interest. For this purpose, clinicians and demonstrators are being chosen who have achieved note either for their special work on the topics to be discussed or for their pedagogic ability as demonstrated at various clinical meetings held throughout the country. In view of the now recognized wide dissemination of amebiasis and the extraordinary interest associated with the outbreak

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