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November 22, 1958


JAMA. 1958;168(12):1661. doi:10.1001/jama.1958.03000120067014

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The Clinical Meeting of the American Medical Association has established itself as one of the important medical meetings in the United States. The program, which formerly was geared specifically to the physician in general practice, has been broadened to include the interest of the specialist.

One of the features in Minneapolis will be 10 breakfast meetings at which topics of special interest to all physicians will be discussed under the direction of outstanding moderators. Physicians should obtain their tickets in the Registration Area in Minneapolis Auditorium as early in the week as possible, because attendance in each group is limited to 30 persons.

Lectures, panel discussions, symposiums, motion pictures, color television, and scientific exhibit demonstrations fill the daytime hours completely. Color television will originate at the University of Minnesota Hospital and will be shown each morning and afternoon in Minneapolis Auditorium. A Trans-Atlantic Conference on Chest Diseases will be one

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