NEW YORK (Oct. 22)
Faculty members of over 100 schools of medicine, dentistry and osteopathy attended an all-day conference here today of Coordinators of Cancer Teaching, at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
A two-week series of cancer detection clinics is being held at the Einstein College of Medicine. Practical instruction in latest methods of cancer detection is being offered physicians in six individual clinics, all of which are being held at the Jacobi Hospital. The objective of this program is to aid general practitioners in making the earliest possible diagnosis of the disease in some of the most common and more readily accessible sites in the human body.