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May 31, 1941


JAMA. 1941;116(22):2515-2516. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820220057016


RADIO PROGRAM AT CLEVELAND  The customary arrangements for radio broadcasts in connection with the annual session of the American Medical Association, at Cleveland, have been made.The weekly dramatized program Doctors at Work, on the Blue network of the National Broadcasting Company, will close with the broadcast scheduled for Wednesday, June 4 at 10: 30 p. m., Eastern daylight saving time, with a program entitled "March of Medicine, 1941." The dramatic episodes and music will originate at Chicago, as usual, but the summary will be delivered from the studios of WHK at Cleveland.In addition, the following broadcasts have been scheduled on National Broadcasting Company and Columbia Broadcasting System networks, and Cleveland local stations:WTAM-NBC. Monday, June 2. 7: 45 p. m., eastern daylight saving time. Dr. N. B. Van Etten, New York. Medical progress and national defense.WTAM. Wednesday, June 4. 10-10: 15 p. m., eastern standard