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June 2, 1956


JAMA. 1956;161(5):462-466. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970050064016

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A. M. A. CITES WINNERS AT NATIONAL SCIENCE FAIR  For the first time, two 16-year-old high school girls will be among the 325 exhibitors in the Scientific Exhibit during the Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association in Chicago, June 11-15, as a result of winning the A. M. A.'s top awards at the National Science Fair in Oklahoma City, May 10-12. As guests of the A. M. A., Lynn C. Dunn of Oklahoma City and Evelyn La Heist of San Diego will be welcomed as the outstanding talents in the basic medical sciences among 213 high school finalists at the fair. Miss Dunn will exhibit her work with "Molds and Algae" and Miss La Heist will display her models depicting the life cycle, effects, and control of the malaria parasite. In addition to the Chicago trip, they were presented citations, signed by Dr. Elmer Hess, A. M. A. President,

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