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November 18, 1905

THE RETIREMENT OF DR. BIDDLE.

JAMA. 1905;XLV(21):1578. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510210048011

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Abstract

The announcement is made in the last number of the Journal of the Michigan State Medical Society, of the resignation of Dr. A. P. Biddle, secretary of that society, and editor of the journal. Dr. Biddle resigns owing to increased demands of work along other lines. The Michigan State Medical Society has accepted the resignation to take effect January 1, and voices its regret at Dr. Biddle's resignation, as well as its appreciation for his faithful and energetic services. This sentiment will be echoed by all officers and members of the American Medical Association who have come in contact with Dr. Biddle during the years of his secretaryship. He has always performed the arduous duties of his position cheerfully, promptly and effectively during the time that he has occupied the secretary's office. He has seen the state medical society grow to its present proportions and the Journal of the Michigan

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