American Osler Society

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American Osler Society

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1970-

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The American Osler Society was founded in 1970 for the purpose of bringing together members of the medical and allied professions with a common interest in memorializing and perpetuating the principles of life and humanism as practiced by Sir William Osler. The first meeting was held in Denver with William B. Bean as president, George T. Harrell vice-president, Thomas M. Durant 2nd vice-president, John P. McGovern secretary, Alfred R. Henderson, treasurer-historian and Edward C. Rosenow, Jr secretary-elect.

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