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May 16, 1931


JAMA. 1931;96(20):1715-1716. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720460061024

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Disability and Old Age Insurance  At a recent meeting at The Hague, delegates of the Belgian and the Netherlands governments discussed the subject of reciprocity with regard to the application of the laws of Belgium and the Netherlands pertaining to the insurance of workmen against the consequences of disability and old age. The session led to a complete accord between the two delegations with regard to the form of reciprocity to be submitted to their respective governments.

The Diagnosis of Permanent Disability in Physicians  Owing to the creation of the medical mutual benefit society that insures against the results of the professional disability of physicians and the pecuniary losses incident to such disability, it has been possible to study at close range the manifestations of disability in physicians. The statistics published by the life insurance companies with regard to the risks of certain occupations place the medical profession in the

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