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September 24, 1932


JAMA. 1932;99(13):1098. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740650056024

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Life Insurance for Physicians  The executive committee of the Fédération médicale belge has launched a system of life insurance whereby the resolution passed by the last Congress of Professional Medicine will find at least partial realization. The present collective contract, when it is signed, will provide life insurance for all physicians who have been members of the federation for at least six months, irrespective of their present age. On every anniversary date of the present collective contract, new members of the federation who have been enrolled for at least six months may, on written request, become participants in the plan of insurance, provided that on the first anniversary the age of such applicants does not exceed 60 years, on the second anniversary 55 years, and on the third anniversary 45 years, it being understood that they may continue then the insurance until their death. The physicians who do not take

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