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ARMY MEDICAL FILMS RELEASED
A request from the Surgeon General of the Army for clearances of copyrighted scenes and music from eight technical short subjects has been granted by seven member companies of the Motion Picture Association and also by United Artists.This will permit the film to be shown to medical staffs in Veterans Administration hospitals and to medical groups assisting in the treatment of wounded war veterans.The Signal Corps legal officer has informed the Surgeon General that noncommercial showings may now be made of such army-produced subjects as "Neurosurgery in an Overseas Hospital," "Malaria—Cause and Control," "Malaria Control in Corsica," "Convalescent Care and Rehabilitation of Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries," "Thoracic Surgery Center," "Foreign Bodies in the Lung and Mediastinum," "Schistosomiasis," "Insecticides and Repellants" and "Control of Louse-Borne Diseases."All inquiries with regard to War Department medical films should be directed to the Surgeon General,
MEDICINE AND THE WAR. JAMA. 1946;131(11):900-904. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870280026014