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December 1952

News and Comment

AMA Arch Intern Med. 1952;90(6):879-880. doi:10.1001/archinte.1952.00240120154013

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Western Society for Clinical Research.  —The sixth annual meeting of the Western Society for Clinical Research will be held at Carmel, Calif., Jan. 30-31, 1953.

Fellowships in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  —The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis announces the availability of a limited number of postdoctoral clinical fellowships in physical medicine and rehabilitation to candidates who wish to become eligible for certification in that field. Fellowships will cover a period of one to three years at training centers which have been approved for residencies in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Stipends to fellows are based on the individual need of each applicant. Eligibility requirements include United States citizenship, graduation from an approved school of medicine, completion of at least a one-year internship in an approved hospital, and a license to practice medicine in at least one state. The age limit is 40.The National Foundation is also making available a

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