The forthcoming meeting of the American Medical Association in Cleveland, December 5-8, will provide a setting for many important actions by the House of Delegates and for many informative and helpful clinical presentations for the general practitioner. The papers and clinical demonstrations of this midyear meeting, known as the Clinical Session, appeal primarily to the general practitioner, but the programs are sufficiently comprehensive to offer much information and help to those with more specialized interests. The exhibits and television demonstrations, for example, are the source of continuous interest for all visitors and provide, with the more formally presented papers, a degree of postgraduate activity that is worthy of constant close observation.
Elsewhere in The Journal is the program for the December 5-8 meeting. In this section are the reports to be presented to the House of Delegates and information on registration (page 628), transportation, hotel accommodations, meeting places and scientific