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Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1946;78(2):254. doi:10.1001/archinte.1946.00220020132014.
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WINNER OF 1946 CASH PRIZE AWARD OF NATIONAL GASTROENTEROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION  The winning contestant of the $100 prize offered by the National Gastroenterological Association for the best unpublished manuscript on gastroenterology or an allied subject is Capt. Irving B. Brick, Medical Corps, Army of the United States, for his paper, "Radiation Effects on the Human Stomach: A Preliminary Report." The check was presented to Captain Brick at the annual banquet of the association, held at the Hotel Pennsylvania on Thursday evening, June 20, 1946.Certificates of merit were awarded to Dr. Frank L. Apperly, Richmond, Va.; Dr. William Nimeh, México, D. F., Mexico, and Dr. Juan Nasio, Rosario, Argentina.The winning paper, as well as the papers by physicians who received certificates of merit, will be published in the Review of Gastroenterology.

ANNUAL SESSION OF AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS  The twenty-eighth annual session of the American College of Physicians will be


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