"BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL" PUBLICATION
The British Medical Journal for February 22 comes as a single page mimeographed on both sides. The first item reads:By Candle-Light. This, the smallest B. M. J. since 1840, has been "printed" on hand-operated duplicators in B. M. A. House, by permission of the Ministry of Fuel and Power and the C. O. I. Our "printer" this week is the Secretary of the B. M. A.News and Views in this issue are evaporated to dryness. Abbreviations will, we hope, be unambiguous.Distribution of doctors in Britain is done largely through Journal advertisements. Hospital and municipal vacancies are noted overleaf. Candidates should apply to the authorities for details. Changes of 2,000 addresses are held up, and addresses of numerous new members cannot be recorded.In a letter from the editor he informs us that there will probably be three issues of the British Medical Journal
Current Comment. JAMA. 1947;133(10):698. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02880100042013
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