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August 16, 1941

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JAMA. 1941;117(7):547. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820330051015

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Abstract

Identification Tag Shows Blood Type  A new identification tag recently adopted by the U. S. Navy includes in the information it bears each man's blood group and the date on which he received tetanus toxoid.

New Unit for Neuropsychiatric Research  A neuropsychiatric research unit has been established at the Veterans Administration Facility at Northport, L. I., to conduct clinical and laboratory research in connection with neuropsychiatric disabilities among veterans. Dr. James H. Huddleson, recently on the staff of the facility at Portland, Ore., will be the director of the unit and Dr. William J. Turner, recently at North Little Rock, Ark., will supervise the laboratory activities. Technical assistance will include a biochemist, an assistant statistician and laboratory technicians. An effort will be made to standardize diagnostic and therapeutic methods used in the management of neuropsychiatric diseases and the staff will give instruction in modern concepts to medical officers of the

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