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Irvine H. Page, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic, was honored by the American Therapeutic Society meeting recently in Chicago. The Society's 12th annual Oscar B. Hunter Memorial Award in Therapeutics was presented to Dr. Page, who is senior consultant in research.Dr. Page received the American Medical Association's Distinguished Service Award in 1965. He has also received the Lasker, Gairdner, and Phillips Awards, as well as the Gold Heart Award of the American Heart Association.The Institute of Medicine of Chicago is offering an annual prize of $750 for the most meritorious research in medicine or in the specialties of medicine carried on in 1966. Competition is open for the Joseph A. Capps Prize to graduates of Chicago medical schools who completed their internship or one year of laboratory work within a period of five years prior to Jan 1, 1966, excluding their terms of service in the
Miscellanea Medica. JAMA. 1966;196(13):38. doi:10.1001/jama.1966.03100260026012