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May 3, 1941

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JAMA. 1941;116(18):2065-2091. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820180071015

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Abstract

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ON TRIAL

March 26—Morning  The Court ruled that the Dr. Trinder manuscript was inadmissible.

TESTIMONY OF DR. PRENTISS WILLSON DIRECT EXAMINATION 

By Mr. Laskey:  Prentiss Willson said he is a physician, he graduated in 1905. He is 59 years old. He graduated from Georgetown University. He was in the Army, during the last war, and in 1919 when he left the Service he specialized in obstetrics and gynecology. He is Attending Obstetrician in the Columbia Hospital for Women. He joined the District of Columbia Medical Society in 1908, and became much interested in it and its affairs shortly after that time. He was corresponding secretary for a time, served as chairman of the Committee of Censors, served several terms on the Executive Committee. He was chairman of the Executive Committee several times. He was chairman for a time of the Committee on Medical Economics of the

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