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Announcements at a recent meeting of the Council on Scientific Assembly of the American Medical Association with the secretaries of the various sections and with representatives of the Scientific Exhibit indicate that the annual session of the American Medical Association, which will be held in St. Louis, May 15-19 inclusive, will bring before the medical profession of this country many of the amazing developments in scientific medicine which have attracted attention during the year. Such topics as the new uses of sulfanilamide and its derivatives, the new work on the vitamins including the uses of nicotinic acid and vitamin K and the vitamin B complex, the progress made in the treatment of pneumonia, and recent investigations on the endocrine glands will be conspicuous features of the program.
In the Convention Number of The Journal, which will be published April 15, the preliminary program will be given in detail. Already, however,
THE ST. LOUIS SESSION. JAMA. 1939;112(1):50. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800010052013
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