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In the Organization Section of this issue of The Journal is a list of questions and answers on the payment of dues in the American Medical Association. Because such payment is still a comparatively new procedure in the history of the Association, some confusion exists concerning the status of physician members who pay dues and those physicians who do not. The questions and answers which supply information on these and other problems have been prepared from questions reaching the office of the Secretary of the American Medical Association.
In 1951 for the first time members of the Association who pay their dues will receive The Journal of the American Medical Association without additional payment. Fellows of the Association may elect to take one of the specialty journals if they desire instead of The Journal. This privilege is accorded only to Fellows. However, most members may become Fellows simply by making
DUES IN THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. JAMA. 1951;145(1):35–36. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920190037013
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