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January 31, 1942

MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS

JAMA. 1942;118(5):383-386. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830050045017
Abstract

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION OF REGISTRANTS  According to a statement by Lewis B. Hershey, director of Selective Service, signed January 17, as noted in the Federal Register, January 21, the Selective Service regulations are amended by adding thereto a new part reading as follows:

Part 661—Physical Rehabilitation 

REHABILITATION PROCEDURE  Sec.661.1 Determination that registrant's defects are to be remedied.661.2 Notice to registrant to appear for consultation.661.3 Conference with registrant and selection of physician, dentist or facility.661.4 Use of government facilities.661.5 Inquiry for undertaking of services to physician, dentist or facility.661.6 Order to registrant to have defects remedied.661.7 Procedure when registrant desires to have his defects remedied at his own expense.

DISPOSITION OF REHABILITATED REGISTRANT AND REGISTRANT WHO REFUSES TO HAVE DEFECTS REMEDIED  Sec.661.11 Submission of rehabilitated registrant for further physical examination by the armed forces.661.12 Procedure when registrant refuses or fails to have his defects remedied.

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