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Owing to the exigencies of the war, the annual session of the American Medical Association for 1943 was limited to a meeting of the delegates and to two general meetings, which were held in Chicago from June 7 to June 9 inclusive. As will be observed from the Proceedings, publication of which is begun elsewhere in this issue, the attendance of the House of Delegates included representatives from every state and from all the territorial areas of the United States except Alaska, the Philippine Islands, the Panama Canal Zone and Puerto Rico. There was a full representation of delegates from the sections. The House of Delegates was concerned chiefly with a consideration of the reports of the officers, the Board of Trustees and the various Councils and Special Committees and with acting on these reports. The progress of the Association has been excellent. Notwithstanding the loss of a considerable number
THE ANNUAL SESSION IN 1943. JAMA. 1943;122(8):506–507. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840250030010
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