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November 25, 1961

History of the Section on Radiology

JAMA. 1961;178(8):785-788. doi:10.1001/jama.1961.03040470001001
Abstract

THE HONOR that was given to me by being chosen as Chairman of the Section on Radiology for the current year is humbly and deeply appreciated. My gratitude for the distinction stems greatly from the opportunities that have come over the past several years for association with colleagues who are genuinely concerned with the advancement of radiology as a part of the practice of medicine. Their dedication has been always in accordance with ethical and scientific standards of excellence. If we are to be so fortunate as to continue with the type of leadership demonstrated by our predecessors and immediate successors, it is inevitable that our usefulness to the medical and general public will grow to a stage of importance only faintly sensed at this point. I do not mean to say that we should take credit for initiating a new era. We represent the bridge between eras and we

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