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COURSE FOR RESERVE OFFICERS
The Bureau of Medicine and Surgery will conduct a course of instruction in medical aspects of special weapons and radioactive isotopes at the Naval Medical School, Bethesda, Md., January 23-27. This course is being conducted primarily for the benefit of inactive reserve medical and dental officers and will present the problems likely to be confronted and technics to be employed in the field of radioactivity. The speakers will be outstanding men in their specialties. Inactive reserve medical and dental officers who desire to attend this course should submit a request for training duty at the earliest possible date to the commandant of their local naval district. Facilities available at the Naval Medical School make it necessary to restrict attendance to 200 reserve medical and dental officers.
SELECT 187 SENIOR STUDENTS FOR INTERN TRAINING
A total of 187 senior students
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1950;142(1):38–39. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910190040013
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