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August 4, 1945

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JAMA. 1945;128(14):1028. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860310042015

HOSPITAL PROGRESS ANNIVERSARY  With a silver cover Hospital Progress, the official journal of the Catholic Hospital Association of the United States and Canada, celebrates a silver jubilee in May 1945. Conspicuous is the high tribute paid by many leaders in the medical and hospital fields. During the twenty-five years celebrated by this publication the growth and development of the Catholic hospitals, the quality of the service that they render, the spiritual ideals that they foster in the maintenance of health and medical care, have been an inspiration to every one in the field of medicine. All who are familiar with the nature of man and with a knowledge of disease recognize the important part played by the environment and by personal contacts in the rendering of care to the ailing human being. The loss of this important factor for recovery would be a disaster to medical science. Many of the