FORTY YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
This week the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry enters its fortieth year of service to the public and the medical profession. Since its first meeting on Feb. 11, 1905 the Council has fought continuously for rational therapeutics. It has created much change in the practice of therapeutics. Its activities and decisions are highly respected and are followed internationally by leading medical authorities; its advice is sought frequently by administrative, advisory and educational bodies in this country and in others. Elsewhere in The Journal (p. 433) is a communication outlining the membership, activities, method of operation and attainments of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry. Undoubtedly this will be of interest to all, and of special interest to those who have been the more ardent Council supporters. It is fortunate indeed for the public and the medical
Current Comment. JAMA. 1944;124(7):443–444. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850070045016
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