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May 9, 1931


JAMA. 1931;96(19):1623. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720450065012

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The eighty-second annual session of the American Medical Association will be held in Philadelphia, June 8 to 12. As was revealed in the reports of officers published in The Journal last week, this meeting finds the Association with the largest membership of its history. The Journal has a substantial circulation, indeed, the largest of any medical periodical in the world, and its influence is second to none. The special journals have established a name for themselves throughout the world for leadership in the fields they cover. The library not only maintains the Quarterly Cumulative Index Medicus, one of the greatest contributions that the Association can make to medical progress, but gives individual service to physicians that makes it possible for every physician to keep abreast of medical advancement. Hygeia has achieved new heights in attractiveness and has stood well a financial depression that has severely affected other periodicals. Each of

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