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October 31, 1953


JAMA. 1953;153(9):855. doi:10.1001/jama.1953.02940260079013

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In this and the succeeding issue of The Journal will appear reports of the officers of the American Medical Association, the scientific program, and descriptions of the technical exhibits for the St. Louis meeting of the Association. Several years ago a midyear meeting of the Association was held in St. Louis, and those in attendance will remember the virtues of this community as a convention city.

The Clinical Meeting (this is the seventh) features programs for the general practitioner. It also is the time when the yearly reports of the work of the various A. M. A. offices are presented to the House of Delegates. Unlike the annual meeting, the scientific program is not divided into sections, although it features topics in broad fields. Thus the registrant can hear papers, attend conferences, and see demonstrations on subjects ranging from opportunities for research in general practice to pain, cardiovascular diseases, virus

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