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RESOLUTIONS TO BE INTRODUCED AT BOSTON MEETING
The Secretary of the Association has been informed that the following resolutions will be introduced in the House of Delegates at its sessions to be held in Boston Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 1955, by delegates from Arkansas, No. 1; Texas, Nos. 2-5; the Section on Preventive and Industrial Medicine and Public Health, No. 6; and Massachusetts, No. 7.
RESOLUTION NO. 1 ON WOMAN'S AUXILIARY SUPPORT OF A. M.E. F.
Whereas, The American Medical Association established in 1950 the American Medical Education Foundation, "to provide an instrument through which individual physicians, state and county medical societies, and other professional organizations can make contributions in support of medical education"; andWhereas, The Woman's Auxiliary to the American Medical Association has made contributions to this Foundation annually since 1951, showing an increasing interest in its success; therefore be itResolved, That the House of Delegates of the
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1955;159(10):1022–1028. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960270042016
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