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A.M.A. OFFICIALS VISIT JAPAN
On August 14 Dr. R. L. Sensenich, President, and Dr. E. L. Henderson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association, returned to the United States from Japan. They were members of a delegation of five who went to Japan on the invitation of General Douglas MacArthur and Brigadier General Crawford F. Sams. Drs. Ernest E. Irons, E. J. McCormick and John H. Fitzgibbon will return in a week or ten days.Any official report made by this group will go to General MacArthur. However, Drs. Henderson and Sensenich both were enthusiastic over the reception they received in Japan, both from the American officials and the members of the Japanese medical profession. There was ample opportunity for an exchange of ideas between the American Medical Association officials and the individuals who are guiding the affairs of the Japanese profession. Under the
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1948;138(1):79. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02900010081018
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