Medicine: Eyes, Noses & Necks

A.M.A. members had a wide choice of scientific readings and panel discussions in section meetings (often with half a dozen running at once), besides color movies, color-televised demonstrations on a 6-ft. screen, scientific exhibits by medical research teams and promotional displays by makers of drugs and gadgets.

¶ The most case-hardened doctors sat on the edge of their chairs at color movies of Chicago's little Siamese twins, which included close-ups of their brains as Neurosurgeon Oscar Sugar sorted out the mixed-up blood vessels, and details of the long and complicated series of skin...

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