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December 6, 1965

MEDICAL NEWS

JAMA. 1965;194(10):33-44. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03090230143071

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Abstract

Current Thought in Four Areas Of Medical Practice Reported  At the American Medical Association's Clinical Convention in Philadelphia, some 300 physicians reported and discussed —through lectures, symposia, films, and scientific exhibits— recent developments in medical practice. Registration, when completed, was expected to total more than 3,000 physicians.This week, in the first of a series of reports on the convention, JAMA Medical News interviews the participants in convention panels on four widely varied areas of practic— genetics, pediatrics, otology, and orthopedics.

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