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National Foundation Fellowships.—The National Foundation announces the availability of fellowships for clinical study in arthritis and related diseases for physicians who have an interest in rheumatic diseases and who intend to apply their knowledge of these diseases to clinical service, teaching, or research.Only physicians who are licensed, or eligible for licensure, to practice in the United States and who have had at least two years of specialty training acceptable to the appropriate American Board (or equivalent training) are eligible. All applicants must be citizens of the United States.The candidate should propose a program of full-time study in a hospital—preferably university-affiliated—which offers a well-developed program in arthritis and related diseases. The major portion of his time should be spent in clinical service, but a small amount may be devoted to research and teaching. Fellowships are awarded for a minimum of one year but may be renewed upon
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