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Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1942;70(1):178. doi:10.1001/archinte.1942.00200190188010.
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American College of Physicians.  —The American College of Physicians will hold its twenty-seventh annual session in Philadelphia, April 13 to 16, inclusive, 1943. In the interest of conserving time and money for members, the program will be condensed into four days, Tuesday through Friday, instead of extending over the usual five days. Dr. James E. Paullin, Atlanta, Ga., president, will have charge of the general sessions and lectures; Dr. George Morris Piersol, Philadelphia, general chairman, will be responsible for the hospital clinics, panel discussions, local arrangements and entertainment, and the general management of the session and the technical exhibits will be handled by the executive secretary, Mr. E. R. Loveland, 4200 Pine St., Philadelphia.Other medical societies are urged to avoid conflicting dates for mutual benefit.

American Association for the Advancement of Oral Diagnosis.  —The ninth annual congress of the American Association for the Advancement of Oral Diagnosis will be


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