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March 11, 1905


JAMA. 1905;XLIV(10):797. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500370045010

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Since the reorganization of the Michigan State Medical Society a radical change has taken place. It has now become one of the most active organizations in the country, and there has been evidence of this in various ways during the last year or two. One of the recent evidences of what organization can do is illustrated in the nomination of Dr. Sawyer, one of the well-known physicians of the state, as a member of the board of regents of the State University. There has been some friction between the board of regents and the medical profession on account of the admission of those able to pay to free treatment in the University Hospital. At the meeting of the council of the state society some weeks ago a suggestion was made to get a physician on the board of regents, and Dr. Sawyer's name was endorsed. The different councilors went back

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