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January 23, 1943


JAMA. 1943;121(4):262. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840040038013

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Two projects now well under way, recently developed, are additional assurance to physicians associated with the armed forces of opportunity to keep themselves abreast of advances in medical science. By cooperation of the editorial staff of The Journal of the American Medical Association with the Committee on Information of the Division of Medical Sciences of the National Research Council and the Divisions of Publications of the United States Army and Navy Medical Departments and the United States Public Health Service, a letter is being prepared every two weeks, which is distributed to every officer in these services. Such letters are sent by air mail or by V-letter to various camps and hospitals and are there mimeographed for distribution to the individual officers. In some instances, copy is sent directly to an individual officer. The letters consist of from four to six pages of brief abstracts of articles of significance appearing

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