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April 3, 1954

PROGRESS OF THE NATIONAL FUND FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION

JAMA. 1954;154(14):1218-1219. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02940480070026h

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Abstract

I am very pleased to have this opportunity to tell you something about the program being carried out by the National Fund for Medical Education and its importance to American business and industry. For personal reasons and as a trustee of the Fund, I appreciate this chance to meet with so many of the prominent leaders of medical education in America.

I think that one of the most useful things I can do will be to explain why the Fund is important to industry, because I think an understanding of the basic reasons will be helpful to all of us who are assisting the Fund in its work. I also want to emphasize that there is a growing awareness in the business community of the contributions of medical education to business and industry as well as to all other groups and persons in the country. One of our biggest jobs,

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