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April 2, 1955


JAMA. 1955;157(14):1236. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02950310062017

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Dr. Churchill Delivers the Keller Lecture.—  Dr. Edward D. Churchill, chief of the general surgical services, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, delivered the third annual William L. Keller Lecture, March 17, at the monthly meeting of the Army Surgeon General in the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Dr. Churchill discussed gunshot wounds. The William L. Keller Lecture has been established by the Surgeon General, as an annual lecture in honor of Col. William L. Keller, who made outstanding contributions in the field of surgery while on duty at Walter Reed Army Hospital following World War I.


Training Films Receive International Recognition.—  Two awards for Navy training films entered in the International Exhibition of Cinematographic Art held annually in Venice, Italy, were recently received in the Navy Department. The award-winning films, entitled "Breathe and Live" and "Equilibration of Occlusion," were produced by the Bureau of Aeronautics under the direction of

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