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August 7, 1948

Medical News

JAMA. 1948;137(15):1325-1327. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890490053015

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General Practitioners.—  Permanent officers of the Connecticut chapter, American Academy of General Practice, will be elected at the annual meeting in September during the Connecticut Clinical Congress. The announcement was made recently by Dr. Michael W. Palmieri, New Haven, acting secretary of the group.

Consultants for Tumor Clinics—  The Association of Tumor Clinics, in cooperation with the medical advisory committee of the Connecticut Cancer Society, has undertaken a statewide project to bring medical leaders to regular conferences of individual clinics. The consultant, who may be requested by the clinic, will be at its disposal to help with problems of diagnosis and treatment or for discussion on general principles in the consultant's field. Engagements are being scheduled through Dr. Robert Tennant, Hartford, secretary of the association. Panel constituents, approved by the association's executive committee, are: surgeons: Drs. Samuel C. Harvey, New Haven; Edward J. Ottenheimer, Willimantic; Ashley W. Oughterson, New

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