American College of Angiology News and Notes

Halpern, Alfred
October 1956
Angiology;Oct1956, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p473
Academic Journal
Focuses on the schedule of the meetings and seminars of several health institutions in the U.S. Venue of the Physicians Art Show hosted by artist Shep Shapiro; Theme of the events; Efforts of the Board of Governors to discuss on issues related to scientific sessions.


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