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May 5, 1928


JAMA. 1928;90(18):1478-1479. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02690450058016

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In this issue of The Journal appear the official reports of officers, trustees and councils of the Association, to be read before the House of Delegates at the annual session in Minneapolis, June 11-15, 1928. They indicate to those who will familiarize themselves completely with their contents a state of prosperity and development in the work of the organization greater than ever before attained in its history.

The report of the secretary indicates a gain in both membership and Fellowship. In this report special consideration is given to the multiplicity of organizations in the field of medicine. Hardly a week goes by without the announcement of the formation of some new medical group with either well defined or poorly defined purposes. The demand for attendance of physicians on such organizations as well as on the staff meetings of hospitals constitutes a serious draft on the physician's time. The secretary has

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