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April 2, 1955


JAMA. 1955;157(14):1222-1231. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02950310048014


John A. Andrew Clinical Society.—  The 43rd annual clinic and the 37th annual meeting of the John A. Andrew Clinical Society will take place at Tuskegee Institute, April 3-8 under the presidency of Dr. Richard M. Haskins, Columbus, Ga. Speaking at the opening meeting in the institute chapel Sunday evening, 7 p. m., will be Dr. W. Clark Bailey, Harlan, Ky., Vice-President of the American Medical Association, who will talk on the program of the association. The meeting this year will honor Dr. Henry C. Bryant of Birmingham, one of the originators of the John A. Andrew Clinic in 1912 and the John A. Andrew Clinical Society in 1918. A citation will be presented to Dr. Bryant at the annual banquet, at which the speaker will be J. Ernest Wilkins, assistant secretary of labor. Dr. Robert Elman, professor of surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, will deliver

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