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Ann Intern Med. 1927;1(1):44-45. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-1-1-44
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With this issue the Annals begins a new series under a new name "The Annals of Internal Medicine." Many of the members of the College have felt that the old title was too broad, and that "Internal Medicine" should be substituted for "Clinical Medicine" as indicating more precisely the especial field of endeavor of the College. The latter should stand for internal medicine as the American College of Surgeons stands for surgery. This function has not yet been adequately taken up by the College, as the early years of its existence have been so largely given up to organization and

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