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November 3, 1962


JAMA. 1962;182(5):59-60. doi:10.1001/jama.1962.03050440111046

Fifty-one reports on developments in the science of blood and associated subjects will be made at the fifth annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology Nov. 26-27 in Columbus, Ohio.

The Distinguished Lecture will be given by Dr. Wendell M. Stanley of the University of California, whose subject will be "The Regulation and Transfer of Biological Information." Stanley holds the Nobel Prize in chemistry for first isolating a pure virus, the tobacco mosaic virus.

Other speakers include Drs. Richard A. Rifkind of Columbia University; Nicholas V. Costea of the New England Medical Center and Tufts University; W. H. Crosby of Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Shirley Ebbe and William Dameshek, both of the New England Medical Center: Anthony V. Pisciotta of Marquette University in Milwaukee; William McFarland of Georgetown University; Leonard E. Rcisman of the City of Hope Medical Center in