PLANS MEDICAL TALKS TO END EXPLOITATION; Bureau Will Keep fublic Informed on New Developments Through Radio Broadcasts.

“”The New York Times; May 23, 1932: The Medical Information Bureau, which was established three years ago by the New York Academy of Medicine and the County Medical Society as a clearing house for all medical information of interest to the general public, will sponsor health talks by eminent members of the medical profession to be broadcast from Station WABC for fifteen minutes every Monday, beginning at 11:30 A.M., it was announced yesterday by Dr. John A, Hartwell, president of the academy.””

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