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October 12, 1957


JAMA. 1957;165(6):690. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980240048017

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The forthcoming meeting of the American Medical Association in Philadelphia will provide an opportunity for all members to learn first hand what their Association is doing on their behalf. It also offers an opportunity for others to observe how the medical profession through organized efforts is serving the public. Reports covering all phases of Association activity will be presented to the House of Delegates, and any member is welcome to attend the meetings of the House. In fact, all members are urged to attend.

Philadelphia as a convention city has much to offer. For those interested in sightseeing, for those with an interest in medical schools and hospitals, and for those with an eye for history, this city is well known. But, in addition, there will be today's modern medical concepts as revealed by leaders in all branches of medical life. And also there will be the occasion to review

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