Medicine: New Bulletin

So concise and lively is the Army's new medical monthly that Army doctors brag about it to their civilian colleagues. The magazine's full title is The Bulletin of the U.S. Army Medical Department. It replaces the ponderous, quarterly Army Medical Bulletin. Unlike the old Bulletin, it carries articles on veterinary medicine and dentistry.

The change is a result of the war—the Medical Department wanted to spread the latest medical news (except secret material) among its personnel as quickly as possible. The man chosen for the job (which began with the October issue) was pink-faced, silver-haired Lieut. Colonel Johnson Francis Hammond, who...

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