December 29, 1934

Association News

JAMA. 1934;103(26):2032. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750520034015

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The American Medical Association broadcasts on a Western network of the Columbia Broadcasting System each Thursday afternoon on the Educational Forum from 4: 30 to 4: 45, central standard time. The next three broadcasts will be delivered by Dr. W. W. Bauer. The titles will be as follows:

January 3. Housing and Health.

January 10. Diphtheria Must Go.

January 17. The Good Old Days.

National Broadcasting Company  The American Medical Association broadcasts under the title "Your Health" on a Blue network of the National Broadcasting Company each Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 4: 15, central standard time. The two broadcasts will be as follows:January 1. Holiday. No broadcast.January 8. Research in Surgery, Thomas S. Cullen, M.D.January 15. Causes of Death in 1933, W. W. Bauer, M.D.Dr. Cullen will speak from the National Broadcasting Company's Studios in Washington, D. C., by special arrangement.

MEDICAL BROADCASTS  Columbia Broadcasting

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