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The recent Clinical Session of the American Medical Association at Cleveland fulfilled once again the desires of those in attendance who were looking for up-to-date scientific information particularly intended for the general practitioner. It also indicated an increasing alertness on the part of the medical profession to its responsibilities in civic and other affairs that concern the health of the people of this nation.
Several thousand visitors, including physicians, medical students, nurses, exhibitors at the technical exhibits and guests, attended the meeting places for the Association's activities. The demonstrations and lectures sponsored in the Scientific Exhibit and lecture halls, the color telecast of surgical procedures and demonstrations, the medical motion pictures, the quality of the Technical Exhibit and the actions of the House of Delegates reflected clearly the breadth of activities and the interest of the participants at a Clinical Session of the American Medical Association.
THE CLEVELAND MEETING OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. JAMA. 1950;144(16):1376–1378. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920160050013
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