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November 7, 1953


JAMA. 1953;153(10):973-974. doi:10.1001/jama.1953.02940270079019

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To the Editor:—  Before the Public Health Advisory Group of the Foreign Organizations Administration Mission to Greece was terminated last June 30, I had the opportunity of serving as the deputy director; this was a very wide and interesting experience. One of the most pleasant experiences I had involved the fine cooperation that we received from American physicians that visited Greece. Such fine men as Dr. Leon Unger and Dr. Louis B. Mark took time from their pleasure trips to address groups of Greek physicians on the latest advances in their specialties. It was possible for us to arrange for the meetings and translation services for the speaker. These talks were important supplements to the knowledge of the Greek physicians who heard them and were very greatly appreciated. They continued the good feeling left by the meeting of the World Medical Association in Athens in 1952.I believe that this

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