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On June 21-23, 1965, the scientific community will again have an opportunity to appreciate the increasingly close relationship between research and the care of patients when the Association for Research in Ophthalmology (ARO) and the American Medical Association Section on Ophthalmology meet at New York's Plaza Hotel. Scheduled to assemble in the morning hours, the ARO will feature the Proctor Lecture by Dr. Zacharias Dische. Meeting during the afternoon periods, the AMA Section on Ophathalmology will highlight the address of the invited guest, Professor Isaac Michaelson. Noteworthy, as an innovation this year, the program of both groups will be coordinated on June 22nd to provide for the timely presentation of basic science and clinical papers related to retinal vascular disease.
Considered in conjunction with the simultaneous array of exhibits, specialty programs and interdisciplinary forums that constitute the annual meeting of the American Medical Association, this assembly of the AMA Section
S. BR. New York In June. Arch Ophthalmol. 1965;73(5):609. doi:10.1001/archopht.1965.00970030611001
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