Medicine: A.M.A. Convention

In Atlantic City's big Convention Hall last week milled some 10,000 doctors, a handful in major's and colonel's uniforms, the majority in Palm Beach suits. They were members of the American Medical Association, in 93rd annual convention assembled-having a last, five-day fling before they abandoned their practices and specialties for war work.

Although they heard & saw little that was new, they got through a massive dose of lectures and movies on everything from pediatrics and tropical medicine to industrial medicine and diabetes. As usual, one floor of the hall was turned over to little black booths hung with scientific charts and...

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