Forty-fifth Series–April 24-26, 1968

Presented in Coordination with the Fifty-third Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of the University of Oregon Medical School

DR. THOMAS H. BREM

Chairman, Department of Medicine, University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California. Lysogeny: Virus-Cell Relationships and Their Implications for Human Disease; Biliary Obstruction without Jaundice in Systemic Diseases; Clinical Syndromes Associated with Intravascular Fibrin Deposition

PROFESSOR ANDREW W. KAY

Regius Professor of Surgery, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland. Aseptic Methods in the Operating Theater–Ritual or Necessity; Surgical Lessons on Diarrhea; The Management of Peptic Ulcerations

DR. JOHN K. LATTIMER

Professor of Urology and Chairman, Department of Urology, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York. New Horizons in Cancer Research Through Tissue Culture, Radio-Autography, Electron Microscopy, and Time-Lapse Photography, Similarities in the Fatal Wounds of Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy; New Developments in Pediatric Urology