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January 4, 1913

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY SECTION: Announcement of the New Section and Plans for the Minneapolis Session

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Chairman, 31 East Forty-Ninth Street, New York.

JAMA. 1913;60(1):65. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340010067026

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The officers of the new Section on Orthopedic Surgery desire the cooperation of all members of the Association who are interested in this branch of surgery to the end that its first program which is to be presented at the Minneapolis session shall be an attractive and a practical one. The program is now being arranged and members who have ideas to advance or original methods of treatment to announce should address Dr. John Ridlon, 7 W. Madison St., Chicago, secretary of the Section, before April 1, 1913, and request a place on the program. All requests should be accompanied with the title of the paper proffered and an abstract of the paper not less than thirty or more than one hundred and fifty words in length, and an estimate of the time required to read the paper. Wherever it is possible to do so, applicants for a place on

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