Medicine: National Medical Assn.

In Detroit last week met the National Medical Association for its 32nd annual convention. It is the national organization of Negro physicians, surgeons, dentists and pharmacists. All Negro professional men do not belong to it; some hold aloof from racial associations. But most do belong, and to them, especially those who happen to trip against the bars of local sub-organizations of the American Medical Association, the National Medical Association is an invaluable agency of professional culture and public health.

Sessions of the different sections in Detroit were similar to those of...

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