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June 22, 1957


JAMA. 1957;164(8):879-890. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980080049014

ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT DWIGHT H. MURRAY BEFORE THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES  This morning I feel like a medical courier who has completed the appointed rounds in one swift year, and neither snow, nor rain; nor heat, nor gloom of night has kept him from his important task. Despite the elements, however, it has been a most perfect year for me. It has been a thrilling experience to have served in medicine's highest and most honored office, and it has been a proud distinction to have represented the world's greatest medical organization—the American Medical Association.Any final report on my activities could stretch from here to Napa, Calif., but this morning I would like to squeeze that report into a short, compact, threesection package.

What Was Done  While it has been impossible to visit every state, I have tried to cover as many state medical meetings and as many county medical

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