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June 3, 1950


JAMA. 1950;143(5):478. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910400070014

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Blood Program  The National Security Resources Board will hold the first meeting of all organizations concerned with the national emergency blood program early in June. The A. M. A. delegate is Dr. Leonard W. Larson of Bismark, N. D.; his alternate is Dr. Herbert P. Ramsey of Washington, D. C. Both are members of A. M. A.'s House of Delegates. The meeting will be an initial step in integrating the blood programs of anticipated military and civilian needs in time of national emergency.Meanwhile, the Defense Department has gone ahead, with NSRB approval, and adopted a program for determining blood supplies for military use. NSRB is thoroughly satisfied that the Defense Department program will fit in with the over-all blood needs and agrees that this part of the plan should be underway before the first meeting of all groups concerned. Dr. Richard Meiling, director of Defense Medical Services, will be

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