Medicine: Periodic Health Exams

Astute New York physicians last week initiated a publicity campaign to accomplish three things: to reduce disease in the community, to get themselves more business, to meet the increasing competition of public health, commercial health and free institutional medical activities. The campaign was certified as a good example for physicians in other communities to follow by President-elect William Gerry Morgan of the American Medical Association, who went from his office at Washington to Manhattan to address the opening mass-meeting of the movement at the New York Academy of Medicine. Secretary of...

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