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April 5, 1947


JAMA. 1947;133(14):1010. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02880140040012

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In the Organization Section in this issue of The Journal appears an announcement relative to the General Scientific Meetings to be held in connection with the Atlantic City session, June 9-13. The programs of the General Scientific Meetings provide for discussions of subjects of special and timely interest to the medical profession and for panel discussions of the modern management of heart disease, emergency surgery and antibiotic therapy.. Participating in the programs and in the panel discussions will be Professor George W. Pickering of London, Professor Herbert John Seddon of Oxford, England, and Sir Howard Florey of Oxford, noted for his clinical research on penicillin.

The centennial committee also announces that the Philadelphia Festival Orchestra, made up entirely of members of the world famous Philadelphia Orchestra, will provide music for the opening general meeting on Tuesday night, June 10, under the leadership of concertmaster and associate conductor Alexander Hilsberg. Mr.

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