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May 4, 1963


JAMA. 1963;184(5):43-62. doi:10.1001/jama.1963.03700180005002

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Genetics, Cancer, Ulcer, VD, Religion Highlight 112th AMA Annual Meeting  • Multiple Discipline Research Forum• Eight General Scientific Meetings• Discussion on 'Physician and Clergy'• Section ProgramsEight general scientific meetings, dealing with stroke, genetics, cancer chemotherapy, peptic ulcer, myocardial infarction, painful back, obesity, and veneral disease; the Multiple Discipline Research Forum, and 21 section programs will highlight the 112th AMA Annual Meeting June 16-20 in Atlantic City.Also scheduled is a special program on "Physician and Clergy Meet in Patient Care" on Sunday night, June 16. Featured speakers will be the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, Roman Catholic bishop of New York and Dr. Edward R. Rynearson of the Mayo Clinic.The Multiple Discipline Research Forum, June 18-20, will present some 100 scientific papers under six general topics: nutrition and metabolism; behavioral, environmental, and neurogenic mechanisms; homeostatic organs and their functions; hormonal and enzymatic systems; neoplasia, cytogenetics,

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