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Paris, Oct. 9, 1919.
The Advisory Committee of the Army Medical Corps
M. Clemenceau, minister of war, has decided to appoint a number of civilian physicians on the advisory committee of the army medical corps. He is moved to do this by reason of the eminent services that the civilian physicians rendered the army during the course of the war. In the selection of civilian physicians to act on the advisory committee such physicians, surgeons and pharmacists will be chosen as are well known and whose works are authoritative, even though they may not have acquired the highest rank from a strictly military standpoint.
Reorganization of the Special School of the Army Medical Corps
An order has been issued providing for the reorganization of the Ecole du service de santé militaire de Lyon. The purpose is to develop a maximal efficiency among the physicians, surgeons and pharmacists of the army
PARIS LETTER. JAMA. 1919;73(18):1377–1378. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610440057026
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