Agreement on Proposed Medical School.—
Following a special meeting of the council of the Arizona Medical Association, spokesmen for the association and for physicians working with the citizens committee for an Arizona state medical school arrived at the following agreement: (1) The physicians of Arizona strongly support establishing a medical school in Arizona; (2) The contribution and interest of all groups is welcome; (3) The most practical way to hasten the establishment of a medical school in Arizona appears to be to support the approach proposed by the board of regents. (The regents have committed themselves to hire qualified experts to study the questions and supply the answers necessary to proceed.)The Arizona Medical Association emphasized that it will take no stand on the location of a school and merely hopes that when a location has been determined, all gifts will be given without restriction. The association voted an
MEDICAL NEWS. JAMA. 1958;168(8):1139–1146. doi:10.1001/jama.1958.03000080155020
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