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MEETING OF MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD OF COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC SECURITY
The Medical Advisory Board, appointed by Secretary Perkins, chairman of President Roosevelt's Committee on Economic Security, to advise the committee's technical staff in its study of programs of public health, medical care and health insurance, met in Washington on November 14 and 15. The board met in executive session with all its members present as follows: Drs. Walter L. Bierring of Iowa, Rexwald Brown of California, James Deacon Bruce of Michigan, George W. Crile of Ohio, Harvey Cushing of Connecticut, Robert B. Greenough of Massachusetts, J. Shelton Horsley of Virginia, James Alexander Miller of New York, Thomas Parran Jr. of New York, George M. Piersol of Pennsylvania and Stewart R. Roberts of Georgia. Other persons attending the meeting included Edgar Sydenstricker, in charge of the medical and health phases of the studies of the Committee on Economic Security, I. S.
Association News. JAMA. 1934;103(21):1627. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750470049016