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January 30, 1960


JAMA. 1960;172(5):459-462. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020050051021

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STATEMENT OF DR. CHARLES L. FARRELL BEFORE SUBCOMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL SECURITY LAWS OF HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE  November 10, 1959Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee:My name is Charles Farrell. I am a physician from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, where I am engaged in the private practice of medicine as a general practitioner, specializing in gynecology. I appreciate the opportunity to appear before this Committee to present the views of the American Medical Association on several matters in connection with the disability provisions of Title II of the Social Security Act. Although I am a member of the Medical Advisory Committee of the Social Security Administration and have participated in its deliberations for several years, my appearance here today is on behalf of the American Medical Association. I am accompanied by Mr. Paul R. M. Donelan, a member of the Law Division of the Association and

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