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National Medical Foundation for Eye Care.
—The National Medical Foundation for Eye Care, a nonprofit scientific and educational institution, incorporated in New Jersey, has been organized by ophthalmologists of the country to provide American ophthalmology with an agency to present to the public generally and to fellow physicians pertinent information on the care and treatment of the eyes.Dr. Ralph O. Rychener, of Memphis, is president of the Foundation; Dr. Edwin Forbes Tait, of Norristown, Pa., vice-president, and Dr. Charles E. Jaeckle, of East Orange, N. J., secretary-treasurer.Members of the Board of Trustees, in addition to the above-named, are Drs. Alson E. Braley, Iowa City; Frederick C. Cordes, San Francisco; Paul Chandler, Boston; J. Spencer Dryden, Washington, D. C.; Harold F. Falls, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Everett L. Goar, Houston, Texas; Erling W. Hansen, Minneapolis; A. D. Ruedemann, Detroit; Barnet R. Sakler, Cincinnati, and Derrick Vail, Chicago.Applications are
News and Comment. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1957;57(2):320-321. doi:10.1001/archopht.1957.00930050330029