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February 23, 1935


JAMA. 1935;104(8):652-653. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760080048013

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The special session of the House of Delegates called at the request of the Board of Trustees met in Chicago, February 15 and 16. As will be apparent from the minutes of the House, to be published in The Journal next week, the session opened with a statement by the Board of Trustees, giving the record of the Association in relationship to this subject and propounding to the House of Delegates six questions of moment. After much general discussion, the speaker of the House of Delegates referred the entire discussion on these six questions to a reference committee, which then brought in a report to the House. This report was unanimously adopted by the House after suitable correction and amendment. It is important that every member of the American Medical Association read carefully this statement of policies and support it to the utmost with his patients and with representatives in

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