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A special registration of physicians, dentists and veterinarians will be held on Jan. 15, 1951. On that date all such persons who have not reached their fiftieth birthday except members of the regular or reserve components of the uniformed services and certain categories of aliens will be registered unless they are already registered under the Oct. 16, 1950 registration. In this issue of The Journal there are several references to the registration of physicians and the status of reserve officers. In the Washington News and the Government Services section may be found information provided either by the Washington Office of the American Medical Association or by a press release from the Department of Defense. All of this information is important to the medical profession, especially men under 50 years of age who must register Jan. 15, 1951. Also, it is important to reserve officers.
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REGISTRATION OF PHYSICIANS JANUARY 15. JAMA. 1951;145(2):90. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920200030011
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