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With this issue we are introducing a new feature to bring closer to the readers of The Journal some of the problems facing the medical profession today and to inform them what is being done to solve these problems. This feature is "The President's Page," which will appear monthly. The President of the American Medical Association is elected by the members of the House of Delegates, who are chosen by members of the medical profession through their medical societies. It seems appropriate, then, for the President to report at regular intervals to the profession.
"The President's Page" will be published usually in the last issue of each month and will always precede the "Washington News" section. If something of unusual importance occurs, a message or report from the President may appear more frequently than monthly. The President is anxious to serve to the best of his ability the nation and
THE PRESIDENT'S PAGE. JAMA. 1950;144(4):317. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920040031010
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