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January 9, 1937

Current Comment

JAMA. 1937;108(2):122. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780020040014
Abstract

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION BULLETIN SECTION  Last week The Journal published the first issue of the new Bulletin Section, which is to record the economic, social and business aspects of medical practice as well as the affairs of the Association. Certain changes are now made in this department to meet post office regulations. In the current issue, it appears following the Current Medical Literature department, just preceding the second advertising section, and the pages as numbered carry an additional letter B, indicating that they are paged for the Bulletin.

WHAT'S IN A NAME?  The emphasis placed on prompt and accurate registration of birth certification is amply borne out by the facts of its importance. Thus one example of many is brought out in a recent press bulletin from the Maryland Department of Health.1 A young American, now a resident of Poland, is experiencing some difficulty in returning to Maryland, his

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