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Am J Dis Child. 1948;75(3):401-402. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1948.02030020415011.
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SOCIETY NEWS  Meeting of International Society of Hematology Announced.—The International Society of Hematology will hold its biannual meeting at the Hotel Statler, in Buffalo, Aug. 23 to 26, 1948.Time has been tentatively allotted for symposiums and presentations as follows: one-half day for general subjects, including radioactive and stable isotopes in hematology, one-half day for problems and diseases related to the red cells, one-half day for problems and diseases related to white cells, one day for immunohematology, Rh-Hr (CDE-cde) antigen and antibodies and hemolytic anemias, one-half day for problems in coagulation and hemorrhagic diseases and one-half day for the business meeting.Scientific exhibits will be presented in the south wing of the seventeenth floor of Hotel Statler. Applications for the presentation of scientific exhibits are new being received by Dr. O. P. Jones, Department of Anatomy, University of Buffalo, Buffalo. The chairman of the program committee is Dr. Ernest


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