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The Advisory Committee on Medical Science to the American Medical Association is a group of distinguished scientists and physicians who have made notable contributions to medical knowledge. The committee consists of the following people: Philip H. Abelson, PhD, editor of Science magazine and president of Carnegie Institution of Washington; William G. Anlyan, MD, vice-president for health affairs, Duke University Medical Center; George E. Burch, MD, Department of Medicine, Tulane University School of Medicine; S. Richardson Hill, Jr., MD, vice-president for health affairs, University of Alabama Medical Center; Franz J. Ingelfinger, MD, editor, New England Journal of Medicine; Irvine H. Page, MD, editor, Modern Medicine; Prof Walter A. Rosenblith, provost, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Keith P. Russell, MD, president, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; L. Emmerson Ward, MD, chairman, Board of Governors, Mayo Clinic; and Dwight L. Wilbur, MD, past president, American Medical Association.
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