Medicine: A. M. A. Audit

In preparation for the annual meeting of the American Medical Association in Atlantic City next month, the officers last week published in the A. M. A. Journal an audit of their activities. A noteworthy item revealed that at last the Association had stopped losing members. On April 1, 99,536 of the country's 164,514 doctors belonged to the A. M. A.

As usual the A. M. A. was richer. This was due almost entirely to the earnings of the A. M. A. Journal which Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor, has made greater in size, earnings and...

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