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AMA Arch Intern Med. 1951;87(3):469. doi:10.1001/archinte.1951.03810030142010.
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Teaching Seminar in Proctology.  —The International Academy of Proctology will present its first teaching seminar on proctologic subjects, including the more recent developments, in the form of a symposium and round table discussion in New York city, April 7.Registration for the seminar will be limited in number and open to licensed physicians who are members of the American Medical Association, state or county medical associations and graduates of an approved medical school. Admission to the seminar will be by card only. Preference in registration will be given to those affiliated with the International Academy of Proctology.Applications for registration or requests for further information should be addressed to Dr. William Lieberman, Chairman, Seminar Committee, International Academy of Proctology, 1819 Broadway, New York 23.


Laboratory Training Courses.  —Courses to be given during 1951 at the United States Public Health Service Communicable Disease Center, Chamblee, Ga., will include


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