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July 22, 1905


JAMA. 1905;XLV(4):248. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510040020006

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The initial issues, in July, of two new state medical journals—the Ohio State Medical Journal and the Texas State Journal of Medicine—are creditable to the medical profession in their respective states, and tributes to the labors of the publication committees. Dr. Frank Winders, chairman of the publication committee of the Ohio journal, is secretary of the Ohio State Medical Association and has been made managing editor of the Ohio journal. In size this journal is convenient and its makeup is quiet, though attractive. It is a welcome and dignified addition to the ranks of medical journalism. Announcement is made that the Ohio State Association has 3,340 members, and that only ethical advertisements will be received. This first issue presents some excellent editorials, though it is chiefly devoted to the proceedings of the late meeting of the State Association. Dr. Ira Carleton Chase is editor-in-chief of the Texas journal and

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