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THE NEW YORK SESSION—1940

JAMA. 1940;114(5):414. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810050034010.
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Plans are well under way for one of the greatest annual sessions of the American Medical Association ever held in its history. This session is scheduled to take place in New York City June 10-14 inclusive. The meeting places of the various sections will involve the use of the Waldorf-Astoria, the Commodore, the Roosevelt and the Biltmore hotels; registration of Fellows and all the exhibits will be in the Grand Central Palace. The opening meeting will be held in one of the large assembly halls in the same area of New York.

Among some of the special scientific features planned for the New York session will be a panel discussion on the uses and abuses of sulfanilamide and its derivatives. In the General Scientific Meetings special attention will be given to such topics as management of the failing heart, nutrition of the nation, the psychologic aspects of physical disease, new

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