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Includes correspondence on the subject of the activities of the Friends Medical Society. Frequent topics include: responses to questions posed at Society meetings and requests for funds or other aid. Of possible note is a correspondence re: the work of Bela Banjeree and a "Public Statement of the Friends Medical Society" which addressed the threat of nuclear war drafted in November 1981. Dr. Vincent C. Vaughan and Deborah Vaughan are the most prominent receipients of correspondence.
Includes a draft of a directory of members of the Friends Medical Society and correspondence about the activities of the Society. Of note may be letters announcing the death of Bela Banerjee and Dr. Huston Westover. Deborah Vaughan is the most prominent correspondent.
Includes correspondence re: meetings of the Friends Medical Society, a request for the Society to consider if HIV really causes AIDS, the resignation of Deborah Vaughan as secretary of the Society, and the termination of the Society and deposit of its remaining funds in an account of the American Friends Service Committee.