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July 21, 1962

Special Report

JAMA. 1962;181(3):214-216. doi:10.1001/jama.1962.03050290036007
Abstract

Address to the House of Delegates  George M. Fister, M.D.Mr. Speaker, Members of the House of Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen!On Monday morning [June 25] and last night, we in the medical profession paid our tribute in applause and recognition to one of the most outstanding leaders and Presidents the American Medical Association has ever had. Today, I personally would like to commend our 115th President, Dr. Leonard W. Larson, for his vigorous and dedicated leadership not only during his term of office but also during his career as chairman of the Board of Trustees, and as a member of the Board, of the House of Delegates, and of the Council on Scientific Assembly.Doctor Larson, we will long remember what you have said and done for American medicine and for the free society in which we live and work.Today, largely because of the efforts of recent leaders

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