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August 17, 1946

MEDICINE AND THE WAR

JAMA. 1946;131(16):1358-1363. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870330104017

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Abstract

ARMY 

MEDICAL MOTION PICTURE FILMS FOR LOAN  Under a plan recently approved by the War Department, professional medical motion picture films produced for use by the Surgeon General are now available for loan to medical schools, medical groups and individual physicians.Because of the legal restrictions imposed on most of these films, loans will be made only on approval of the Surgeon General's Office and only for nonprofit showing to groups who are bound by the ethics of the medical profession. Borrowers are required to sign a restricted agreement, which includes the following conditions of loan:

  1. The films will be shown only to members of the medical profession or allied scientific groups who are bound by professional ethics.

  2. No admission fee of any sort will be charged for the viewing of the film, and no reproductions of the film in whole or in part will be made.

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