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August 8, 1925


JAMA. 1925;85(6):449-450. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670060051022

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Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association  The ninety-third annual meeting of the British Medical Association was held at Bath. At the representative meeting, several medicopolitical subjects of great interest were discussed.

INDIRECT METHODS OF ADVERTISING  The subject of indirect methods of advertising has been under the consideration of the council for some time. Last year a rather strong stand was taken that all contributions to the press and interviews should be anonymous; but it was felt that this had gone too far and might defeat the intentions of the council, which therefore took the course of laying it as a duty on the physician to see that certain conditions were observed by those who controlled the organ in which contributions appeared. The council endeavored to preserve the dignity and proprieties of the profession without unduly limiting the possibility of satisfying the requirements of the press. It therefore submitted the

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