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Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1933;51(5):814. doi:10.1001/archinte.1933.00150240173014.
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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION  The Eighty-Fourth Annual Session of the American Medical Association will be held in Milwaukee, June 12 to 16. The Registration Bureau and the Scientific and Technical Exhibits will be housed in the Milwaukee Auditorium, and the Opening General Meeting will be held at the Auditorium on Tuesday, June 13, at 8: 00 p. m. The readers of the Archives no doubt will be particularly interested in the following sections, which will hold sessions in the Milwaukee Auditorium on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Practice of Medicine (mornings), Plankinton Hall; Pathology and Physiology (mornings), North Section of Market Hall, and Pharmacology and Therapeutics (afternoons), North Section of Market Hall.

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS  The American College of Physicians will hold its eighteenth annual clinical session in Chicago, with headquarters at the Palmer House, April 16 to 20, 1934. Announcement of these dates is made not only with a view of apprising physicians generally


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