Medicine: Ready for War

In St. Paul three weeks ago when the Inter-State Postgraduate Medical Association met, in Manhattan fortnight ago when the New York Academy of Medicine began a series of discussions of injuries, in Detroit last week when the Association of Military Surgeons assembled—one authority or another dinned into the ears of U. S. doctors the imminence of war and described some of the medical problems to be met.

Said Brigadier General Frank Thomas Hines, administrator of Veterans' Affairs: "The peace of the world is in perilous plight. . . . The plans which have been developed...

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