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For eight years the Empire Rheumatism Council, which was organized to foster research throughout the British Empire into the causes and means of treatment of rheumatic disease, has issued an annual report of its accomplishments. During the past year there has again been an increase in the reserve fund of the council. Clinical research, of course, has been hampered by the war, but its resumption soon under favorable conditions should be greatly assisted by this organization.
Eighth Annual Report of the Empire Rheumatism Council (to Organise Research Throughout the British Empire into the Causes, and Means of Treatment, of Rheumatic Disease), 1944. JAMA. 1945;128(5):395. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860220077043
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