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To the Editor:—
At the recent clinical session of the American Medical Association, I had the privilege of reporting briefly to the House of Delegates a number of specific ways in which the physicians of the United States are assisting the physicians of Korea on the warm, friendly, "brother to brother" basis that befits the traditions both of medicine and of the free world. Some of the specific things that have been accomplished through the physicians of America working with the American-Korean Foundation are: 1. In response to the appeals published in The Journal, approximately 8,000 medical textbooks and reference books published since 1950 (with the exception of books on anatomy and histology) have been forwarded by physicians, local medical societies, medical schools, and other groups to the Alameda Medical Depot, 2155 Webster St., Alameda, Calif., (shipments should be marked KORMEDED) for shipment to American-Korean schools. 2. The American-Korean Foundation
Rusk HA. AID FOR KOREAN PHYSICIANS. JAMA. 1954;154(5):440. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02940390064027