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July 3, 1943

MEDICAL EDUCATION AT THE FRONT

Author Affiliations

A. U. S., A. P. O. 634 (%) P. M., New York.

JAMA. 1943;122(10):695. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840270053025

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Abstract

To the Editor:—  About six weeks ago I requested a subscription be sent to me of The Journal. Communications are, of course, a bit uncertain across the sea lanes these days, and so I thought I would send a V mail inquiry as to whether you received my request.Incidentally, I might say that the reason I've asked for the subscription is so I could keep the copies longer. For in this particular section of the service—under bomber command—the various medical officers in this wing are sent at periodic intervals copies not only of The Journal of the American Medical Association but also of the British journals—like the Lancet and the British Medical Journal. Lieut. Col. A. L. Streeter, the wing surgeon, has been quite attentive to details of this sort and has constantly sought to keep up the medical interest of his staff.Medical officers in this wing are

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