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September 10, 1938

Medical News

JAMA. 1938;111(11):1023-1027. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790370043016

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Proposed Activities of State Association.—  An outline of medical activities in Alabama is presented in a letter recently mailed to members of the state medical association by the president, Dr. Seale Harris, Birmingham. It is hoped that the monument to Dr. James Marion Sims, pioneer surgeon (1813-1883), approved at the last annual session of the association, will be ready for unveiling at the next meeting in April. An artist has been employed to prepare the model for and to supervise the construction of the monument, which will be in the form of a bronze statue to be placed on the state capitol grounds. Members are urged to participate actively in the movement to establish a four year medical school in Alabama and to cooperate to the fullest extent in the survey on medical care now under way by the American Medical Association. An appeal is also made to each

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