A. M. A. CLINICAL SESSION IN SEATTLE
For the first time in history the Pacific Northwest will be host to the Clinical Session of the American Medical Association Nov. 27-30. Doctors from all over the United States, its territories, and Canada will be on hand to attend scientific sessions and closed-circuit television programs and to view hundreds of scientific and technical exhibits, all at Seattle's Civic Auditorium.The scientific program will be directed toward the general practitioner. Subjects have been carefully chosen to be of practical value, according to Dr. M. Shelby Jared of Seattle, General Chairman. Well-known medical educators and physicians from all parts of the United States will present papers and contribute to panel discussions. Forty-five papers will be presented, considering fluid balance, urologic problems, office psychiatry, varicose veins, fractures, diabetes, heart disease, and other subjects. Twenty panel discussions will be held, on such topics as hypertension, hemolytic
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