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July 24, 1943


JAMA. 1943;122(13):882. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840300042014

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Bills Enacted.—  S. 22 has become Governor's No. 425 of the Laws of 1943. It requires the state board of health, with the assistance of the committee on cancer control of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama, to formulate a plan for the care and treatment of indigent persons suffering from cancer and to establish and designate standard requirements for the organization, equipment and conduct of cancer units or departments in general or private hospitals or private clinics of the state. The board is also required to formulate and put into effect an educational plan for the purpose of preventing cancer throughout the state, aiding in the early diagnosis of cancer and informing hospitals and cancer patients of the proper treatment. S. 64 has become Governor's No. 529 of the Laws of 1943. It requires all persons between the ages of

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