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November 24, 1945


JAMA. 1945;129(13):875. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860470035012

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The Procurement and Assignment Service has now announced its program for reconversion of the 9-9-9 program (see page 878, this issue). The Army and Navy have agreed to the plan. The present interns, most of whom will complete nine months of internship about April 1, 1946, will be permitted to continue the internship until July 1, 1946. Should hospitals be unable to accommodate these men plus the new interns who will commence their appointments about April 1, those who hold commissions and have completed their nine months of intern training will be ordered to active duty. New interns appointed April 1, 1946 will be allowed to continue until July 1, 1947, by which time most medical schools hope to be graduating classes annually every June.

Commissioned officers who are serving as junior or assistant residents will be called on completion of their eighteen months of hospital work about April 1,

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