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THE CLEVELAND SESSION
Already the Council on Scientific Assembly has met, local committees are being established, places of meeting have been organized and movement has begun toward the making of a successful session for the American Medical Association in Cleveland, June 2-6, 1941. Elsewhere in this issue appears a table listing the hotels in Cleveland, with the prices that have been established for various types of hotel accommodations. Recent sessions of the American Medical Association have been attended by many thousands of physicians; in fact more than 12,000 registered at the meeting in New York last year. Obviously, it is desirable for every physician who plans to attend the Cleveland session to reserve space as soon as possible. The Hotel Committee in Cleveland is convinced that it will be able to accommodate satisfactorily all physicians who wish to attend, provided some inkling may be obtained soon of the number of
Current Comment. JAMA. 1940;115(24):2089-2090. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810500057021